Literature; Culture; Environment; Ecocriticism; Ecofeminism; Animal Studies; Bio-art; Environmental Ethics

Vol 4, No 2 (2013)

Mediterranean Ecocriticism

This issue is devoted to the Mediterranean world from a complex, de-essentialised and de-romantised perspective. It is viewed as a locus of intercultural connections and a crossroads of socio-environmental emergences. But particularly poignant at this moment is that socio-environmental perspective with the recent tragic mining accident: may this issue serve as a homage to the mining industry and its workers, reflected so aptly by the images by Carma Casulá from another mine, “Ojos Negros.”

Table of Contents

 
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Mediterranean Ecocriticism

Serenella Iovino
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1-14
Bertrand Westphal
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15-29
Luis I Prádanos
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30-48
Elena Margarita Past
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49-66
Arnaldo Enrique Donoso Aceituno
67-82
Massimo Lollini
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83-99
Serpil Oppermann
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100-116
Marianne Marroum
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117-132
Antonio Cuadrado-Fernandez
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133-149

General Section 4.2 (Autumn 2013)

Jennifer D Fuller
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150-165
David Thomas Sumner
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166-181
Marie-Theres Wieme
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182-198

Creative Writing and Arts

Isabel Hoving
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199-201
Santiago Fernández Aragüez
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202-205
Carma Casulá
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206-218
Christian Arpaia
219-226
Oliver Friggieri
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227-243

Book Reviews

Terry Gifford
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244-245
David Borthwick
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246-249
Justin Thomas Noetzel
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250-253
Chris Baratta
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254-257
Chris Pak
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258-260
Richmond Eustis
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261-263
Katherine A. Gillen
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264-266
Sarah Nolan
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267-269
Luis I Prádanos
270-271

Credits

 
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272-275