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ISBN-13: 9781498547208
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publication date: 12/27/2018
Series: Ecocritical Theory and Practice Series
Pages: 316
Product dimensions: 6.31(w) x 9.07(h) x 1.11(d)

About the Author

Isabel Sobral Campos is assistant professor of literature at Montana Tech and the co-founder of Sputnik & Fizzle press.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction: Trans-National Ecopoetics
Isabel Sobral Campos

Section 1 - An Ecopoetics of Resistance: Transnational Voices of Dissent

Chapter One - “No More Boomerang:” Environment and Technology in Contemporary Aboriginal Australian Poetry
John Charles Ryan
Chapter Two - “To a Nation Out of its Mind”: Joy Harjo’s Post-Pastoral
Sarah Giragosian
Chapter Three - Native Chamorro Eco-Poetry in the Work of Cecilia C. T. Perez
Craig Santos Perez
Chapter Four - “Neither Homeland Nor Exile are Words”: “Situated Knowledge” in the Works of Palestinian and Native American Writers
Benay Blend
Chapter Five - Nature as a Counter-Historical Narrative in Holocaust Poetry (Miłosz, Celan, and Pagis)
Aleksandra Ubertowska, Translated by Paweł Wojtas

Section 2 - An Ecopoetics of the Nonhuman: Animal Encounters

Chapter Six - Noticing with Bishop: Curiosity and “The Moose”
Cheryl Alison
Chapter Seven - Nonhuman Voices in Les Murray’s Translations from the Natural World
Sarah Bouttier

Section 3 - An Ecopoetics of Matter: New Materialist Readings

Chapter Eight - Hybrid Alliterative Green: Ecopoetics in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Randy P. Schiff
Chapter Nine - Toward a Material Jeffers: Mysticism and the New Materialism
David Tagnani
Chapter Ten - The Ecology of Metaphor: Will Alexander’s Exobiology as Goddess
Isabel Sobral Campos
Chapter Eleven - Towards an Improper Poetics
Heather H. Yeung
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