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

Vol 4 (2014)

Australasian Journal of Ecocriticism and Cultural Ecology (AJE)

The purpose of AJE (the journal of ASLEC-ANZ) is to share information and ideas and to encourage writing and discussion about literature (ecocriticism), culture (ecohumanities), and the environment, the relationship between them, and 'the way in which cultural change is induced by adaptation to the environment'. AJE encourages environmentally oriented, nature-literate, place-based writing and nurtures ecologically informed scholarship of literature and other cultural creations.

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

2015 The Year of Light, and Soil Abstract PDF
CA Cranston, i-V

Scholarly Articles

Bioregional Biography and the Geography of Affect: Spatialised Somnambulance in Alice Oswald's Sleepwalk on the Severn Abstract PDF
Tom Bristow 1-21
Site Fidelity: Rock Pigeons and Refugees Abstract PDF
Lucy Bleach 22-34
Learning to Read Country: Bruce Pascoe’s Earth, an Indigenous Ecological Allegory Abstract PDF
David Michael Fonteyn 35-51
The Victorian Anthropocene: George Marsh and the Tangled Bank of Darwinian Environmentalism Abstract PDF
John Plotz 52-64

Reviews

Green Sense: the Aesthetics of Plants, Place and Language by John Ryan Abstract PDF
Barbara Holloway 65-68
Prismatic Ecology: Ecotheory Beyond Green by Jeffery Jerome Cohen Abstract PDF
Nick Kankahainen 69-71
Environmental Crisis in Young Adult Fiction by Alice Curry Abstract PDF
Deirdre Kessler 72


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