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The Future of Ecocriticism: New Horizons
As we enter the second decade of the twenty-first century, environmental concerns dominate the media headlines. How did human civilization arrive at its current predicaments, and what can we do to temper our habits of mind and mitigate society's environmentally (and socially) destructive behaviors? The field of ecocriticism (also sometimes called "environmental criticism") attempts to grapple with such issues. The Future of Ecocriticism: New Horizons brings together thirty-two of the latest articles in the field, including work by some of the leading scholars from around the world. This new book, co-edited by three prominent Turkish scholars and a leading American ecocritic, offers a special cluster of Turkish ecocriticism, with a focus on environmental stories and ideas in this culture that bridges Europe and Asia.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary material
pp. i-xvi(16)

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Introduction: New Connections in Ecocriticism
pp. 1-8(8)
Authors: Oppermann, Serpil; Özdağ, Ufuk; Özkan, Nevin; Slovic, Scott

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The Future of Ecocriticism: Present Currents
pp. 14-29(16)
Author: Oppermann, Serpil

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Ecocritical Theory, Presentism, and Praxis
pp. 30-42(13)
Author: Estok, Simon C.

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Humanizing Moby Dick: Redeeming Anthropomorphism
pp. 100-115(16)
Author: Schultz, Elizabeth

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Nature in Anatolian Mystic Poetry and Folk Songs
pp. 172-187(16)
Author: Parlak, Zafer

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Perceptions of Nature in Turkish Poetry: A Historical Perspective
pp. 188-201(14)
Author: Gökalp Alpaslan, G. Gonca

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Turks and Birds
pp. 227-241(15)
Author: Exter, Jak Den

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(Un)mapping (Ir)rational Geographies: Linda Hogan'a Communicative Places
pp. 244-255(12)
Author: Junquera, Carmen Flys

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Ecopoetics: Ethics of Body, Cyborg Writing, and Excess
pp. 256-267(12)
Author: Huang, Peter I-Min

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The Ecological Function of Imaginative Texts: A Recent Model in Theory and Practice
pp. 268-278(11)
Authors: Caupert, Christina; Müller, Timo

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Self, Community and Nature: Jacob Ross’ Pynter Bender
pp. 288-299(12)
Authors: Toplu, Şebnem

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Henry Rider Haggard: An Early Ecocritic?
pp. 300-309(10)
Authors: Akıllı, Sinan

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Byron's “Darkness”: Prophet of Climate Change Past and Future
pp. 310-321(12)
Author: Brandabur, A. Clare

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The Stone Gods: The Story of a Repeating World
pp. 379-391(13)
Author: Birlik, Nurten

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Primo Levi's Ecocritical Stance
pp. 407-419(13)
Author: Speelman, Raniero

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Children's Literature and the Ecocritics
pp. 420-435(16)
Author: Pavlik, Anthony

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Linking Foreign Language Education and the Environment
pp. 436-452(17)
Author: Küchler, Uwe

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Free Content Supplementary material
pp. 459-487(29)

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