Review Essay: Anthropocene Anxieties. Toward an Affective Ecocriticism


  • Caitlin McIntyre State University of New York at Buffalo



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Caitlin McIntyre, State University of New York at Buffalo

Caitlin McIntyre is a PhD candidate at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Her doctoral research focuses on Irish and Caribbean modernism in a transatlantic context, and explores the modernist novel as an aesthetic response and resistance to the plantation. In addition to graduate work, Caitlin has also served as a candidate for the Green Party of Canada, and is a farm animal welfare advocate. Her writing has appeared in the journals Humanities and ESC (English Studies in Canada).


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