Transcultural Ecocriticism

Global, Romantic and Decolonial Perspectives
 
 
Bloomsbury Academic (Verlag)
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  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 256 Seiten
978-1-350-12163-8 (ISBN)
 
Bringing together Indigenous, decolonial, Romantic and global literature perspectives, Transcultural Ecocriticism explores innovative new directions for the field of environmental literary studies. By examining these literatures across a range of geographical locations and historical periods - from Romantic period travel writing to Chinese science fiction and Australian Aboriginal writing - the book makes a compelling case for the need for ecocriticism to competently translate between Indigenous and non-Indigenous, planetary and local, and contemporary and pre-modern perspectives. Leading scholars from Asia, Australia and North America explore links between Indigenous knowledges, Romanticism, globalisation, avant-garde poetics and critical theory in order to chart tensions as well as affinities between these discourses in a variety of genres of environmental representation, including science fiction, Indigenous poetry, colonial natural history and oral narrative.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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  • Höhe: 234 mm
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  • Breite: 156 mm
978-1-350-12163-8 (9781350121638)

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Stuart Cooke is Lecturer in Creative Writing and Literary Studies at Griffith University, Australia.

Peter Denney is Senior Lecturer in History at Griffith University, Australia.
Chapter 1
Thinking about Transcultural Ecocriticism: Space, Scale and Translation
Stuart Cooke and Peter Denney

PART A: Planetary Localities

Chapter 2
Urban Narrative and Climate Change
Ursula K. Heise

Chapter 3
Scaling Down Our Imagination of the Human: Ted Chiang and the Fable of Extinction
Chris Danta

Chapter 4
'Re-enchanting the world' from Mozambique: the African Anthropocene and Mia Couto's poetics of the planet
Meg Samuelson

Chapter 5
Ecological Imaginations in Contemporary Chinese Science Fiction
Mengtian Sun

PART B: Beyond the Romantic Frontier

Chapter 6
The Colonial Translation of Natures
Alan Bewell

Chapter 7
Sensing Empire: Travel Writing, Picturesque Taste and British Perceptions of the Indian Sensory Environment
Peter Denney

Chapter 8
The Dark Side of Romantic Dendrophilia
Ve-Yin Tee

Chapter 9
Shaping Selves and Spaces: Romanticism, Botany and South-West Western Australia
Jessica White

PART C: Decolonial Politics

Chapter 10
Transcultural Ecopoetics and Decoloniality in meenamatta lena puellakanny: Meenamatta Water Country Discussion
Peter Minter

Chapter 11
Theorising Decolonised Literary Environments
Stephen Muecke

Chapter 12
Placing Invisible Women: Environment, Space and Power in Two Works by Ana Patricia Martinez Huchim
Maia Gunn Watkinson

Chapter 13
Geoterritorial Island Poetics, or Transcultural Composition with a Wetland in Southern Chile
Stuart Cooke

Bibliography
Index

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