AJE Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology (the journal of ASLEC–ANZ)
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Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology (AJE)

AJE (ISSN 1839-843X) is the peer-reviewed journal of the Association for the Study of Literature, Environment and Culture – Australia and New Zealand (ASLEC – ANZ). It is an affiliate of ASLE (USA) and its global partners. AJE therefore extends beyond its geographical boundaries in being part of an extensive network of journals that are of interest to ecocritics. ASLEC–ANZ members are scholars, teachers, writers, and practitioners who seek to increase their knowledge of literature, culture and the environment; who seek to promote the creation, appreciation, understanding, and teaching of the human sciences from ecological perspectives; and who seek to share their knowledge for the benefit of all interested in research, reading, writing, media, teaching, and so on, in its engagement with place, ecology and the environment. To submit an article, authors and reviewers must first Register. They will be sent a user name and password. This will enable them to Log In as an 'Author' and upload submissions.

Bongong moths in flight

Bogong moth Agrotis infusa in flight (2013) from the series 'Minds in the Cave', a digitally reiterated plein air cameraless gelatin silver film shadowgram created at Mt Buffalo, Victoria. (Source: Harry Nankin)    

Vol 3 (2013): Regarding the Earth: Ecological Vision in Word & Image

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

Regarding the Earth: Ecological Vision in Word & Image Abstract PDF

Visual Culture

Minds in the Cave: Insects as Metaphors for Place and Loss Abstract PDF
Harry Nankin 1-15
Affective poetics & Public access: the critical challenges of environmental art. Abstract PDF
Linda Williams 16-30
Enduring rivers of light: waters of memory, Aotearoa & Āniwaniwa Abstract PDF
Charles Robert Eliot Dawson 31-44
Animalising Art: Rainer Maria Rilke and Franz Marc Abstract PDF
Luke Fischer 45-60
Entertaining the Environment: Towards an Ethics of Art events. Abstract PDF
Andrew Goodman 61-71

Poetry and Poetics

The Ecopoetics of Charles Harpur Abstract PDF
Cassandra Julie O'Loughlin 72-81
Embracing the ineffable: landscape art, gesture and environmental ethics. Abstract PDF
K John Stockfeld 82-91
What’s an Ecologically Sensitive Poetics? Song, Breath and Ecology in Southern Chile Abstract PDF
Stuart Cooke 92-102
Sensible spectators: emancipation from mastery through the more-than-human Abstract PDF
Susan Mary Pyke 103-114

Narrative Fiction

Finding a Spiritual Home in the Australian Environment: Katharine Susannah Prichard and Vance Palmer in the 1920s Abstract PDF
Deborah Jordan 115-124
The Sea and Eternal Summer: Science Fiction, Futurology and Climate Change Abstract PDF
Andrew Milner 125-131
Environmental Paradigm Shifts: Unnatural Disasters and Ethical Solutions Abstract PDF
Burcu Kayisci 132-140
Thinking Long/Thinking Ecologically: Time Travel, Film and Ecological Agency in 12 Monkeys Abstract PDF
Emma Katrina Nicoletti 141-149


Locating Science Fiction. Andrew Milner. Abstract PDF
Catherine Elizabeth Rigby 150-152

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