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

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
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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

Reviews

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


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