Book Review of Thomas Hallock, Ivo Kamps, and Karen L. Raber (eds.). Early Modern Ecostudies (New York and Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008)

  • Charles Whitney English Dept. University of Nevada Las Vegas NV 89154-5011 U. S. A.
Keywords: ecocriticism, Renaissance, Little Ice Age, cats, New World, exploration, settlement, promotional literature. Little Gidding, Florentine Codex, jet travel, forests, embodied mind, prosopopeia, ecophobia, climatology, Barbados, Mars, Florida, pomology,

Abstract

Book Review of Early Modern Ecostudies.

Recensión de Early Modern Ecostudies.

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Author Biography

Charles Whitney, English Dept. University of Nevada Las Vegas NV 89154-5011 U. S. A.
Professor of English specializing in the English Renaissance. Author of Frnaics Bacon and Modernity (Yale 1986, Fischer 1989), Early Responses to Renaissance Drama (Cambridge 2006, winner of the Elizabeth Dietz Award for the best book in early modern studies, 2008), "Dekker’s and Middleton’s Plague Pamphlets as Environmental Literature" in Representing the Plague in Early Modern England, ed. Rebecca Totaro and Ernest Gilman (Routledge 2010), and ecocritical conference papers on Bacon's New Atlantis (2009) and Shakespeare's Hamlet (2010).  Member ASLE.
Published
2011-05-21