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

Vol 2 (2012)

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.

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Table of Contents

Editor's Note

Ecocritics have never been Green Abstract PDF
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Scholarly Articles

To the Halls of Europe: Theodore Roosevelt’s African Jaunt and the Campaign to Save Nature by Killing It Abstract PDF
Ian Robert Tyrell 5 – 16
What we Leave Behind: Exploring Multiple Environmental Legacies in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Gardens in the Dunes Abstract PDF
Ruth Marion Blair 17 - 25
‘The Name Blossomed’: Landscapes, Habitats and the Botanical Poetry of South-West Australia Abstract PDF
John Charles Ryan 26 - 42
Water Wars, Talking Water: Art, Activism and the Eco-politics of Whitman’s Walk to the Water Abstract PDF
Stephen Harris 43 - 56
International Regionalism as American-Australian Dialogue: William James and Henry David Thoreau in John Kinsella’s Jam Tree Gully Poems Abstract PDF
Tom Bristow 57 - 74
More Real than Real: The Weird Localism of Ralph Eugene Meatyard and Wendell Berry Abstract PDF
Bryan Wallis 75 - 95

Reviews

'Field Guide to 1788': The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines Made Australia (2011) Abstract PDF
Charles Robert Eliot Dawson 96 - 106
The Soul of the Desert Abstract PDF
Ruth Blair 107 - 108
The Bioregional Imagination: Literature, Ecology, Place Abstract PDF
Stephen Harris 109 - 111


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