The Literature Of Nature

Author: Robert J. Begiebing
Publisher: Information Today Incorporated
ISBN: 9780937548172
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The Literature Of Nature from the Author: Robert J. Begiebing. This is a comprehensive, 730-page anthology of nature writings containing more than 160 poems, short stories, essays, and diary entries from 50 of the foremost British and American nature writers of the 19th and 20th centuries. In-depth biographies are included for each featured author.

Greening The College Curriculum

Author: Jonathan Collett
Publisher: Island Press
ISBN: 9781610910804
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Greening The College Curriculum from the Author: Jonathan Collett. Greening the College Curriculum provides the tools college and university faculty need to meet personal and institutional goals for integrating environmental issues into the curriculum. Leading educators from a wide range of fields, including anthropology, biology, economics, geography, history, literature, journalism, philosophy, political science, and religion, describe their experience introducing environmental issues into their teaching.The book provides: a rationale for including material on the environment in the teaching of the basic concepts of each discipline guidelines for constructing a unit or a full course at the introductory level that makes use of environmental subjects sample plans for upper-level courses a compendium of annotated resources, both print and nonprint Contributors to the volume include David Orr, David G. Campbell, Lisa Naughton, Emily Young, John Opie, Holmes Rolston III, Michael E. Kraft, Steven Rockefeller, and others.

Goethe Yearbook 22

Author: Adrian Daub
Publisher: Boydell & Brewer
ISBN: 1571139273
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Goethe Yearbook 22 from the Author: Adrian Daub. Cutting-edge scholarly articles on diverse aspects of Goethe and the Goethezeit, featuring in this volume a special section on environmentalism.

Canadians And Americans

Author: Katherine L. Morrison
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412819091
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Canadians And Americans from the Author: Katherine L. Morrison. Using specific works by recognized authors of their time, Morrison considers the role of religion and the church, violence and the law, and humor and satire, in the literature of both countries. The book also explores the role of women, race, and class in the literature of both countries. It concludes with a discussion of the tenacity of national myths, and draws some tentative conclusions."--BOOK JACKET.

The Conservative Political Tradition In Britain And The United States

Author: Arthur Aughey
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
ISBN: 9780838635001
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The Conservative Political Tradition In Britain And The United States from the Author: Arthur Aughey. This book seeks to break new ground by providing an original framework within which to understand conservative politics and to compare what has always been thought to be opposite ideal types -- a British conservatism characterized by traditionalism and an American conservatism defined by its optimistic individualism.

The Edinburgh Companion To Twentieth Century British And American War Literature

Author: Adam Piette
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748653937
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The Edinburgh Companion To Twentieth Century British And American War Literature from the Author: Adam Piette. The first reference to literary and cultural representations of war in 20th-century English & US literature and film. Coving the two World Wars, the Spanish Civil War, the Cold War, the Vietnam War, the Troubles in Northern Ireland and the War on Terror, this Companion reveals the influence of modern wars on the imagination.These newly researched and innovative essays connect 'high' literary studies to the engagement of film and theatre with warfare, extensively cover the literary and cultural evaluation of the technologies of war and open the literary field to genre fiction. Divided into 5 sections: * 20th-Century Wars and Their Literatures* Bodies, Behaviours, Cultures* The Cultural Impact of the Technologies of Modern War* The Spaces of Modern War* Genres of War CultureKey Features* All-new original essays commissioned from major critics and cultural historians* Reflects the way war studies are currently being taught and researched: in the volume's approach, structure and breadth of coverage* For sor scholars: core arguments and detailed research topics* For students: Historically grounded topic- and genre-based essays, useful for studying the modern period and war modules

Transversal Ecocritical Praxis

Author: Patrick D. Murphy
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739182714
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Transversal Ecocritical Praxis from the Author: Patrick D. Murphy. Transversal Ecocritical Praxis: Theoretical Arguments, Literary Analysis, and Cultural Critique, Patrick D. Murphy, Ph.D, utilizes ecocriticism and ecofeminism to develop his concept of transversal practice: an interdisciplinary combination of theory and applied criticism. He begins by explaining the necessity for cutting across disciplinary boundaries of all kinds in order to address the ecological dimensions of culture and literature. The dialogical foundation of this orientation is elaborated through a consideration of the theories of Mikhail Bkahtin, particularly in terms of the ethical responsibilities of the reader and critic. Murphy then takes up issues of identity and subject formation in relation to genetics, embodiment, and selfhood. These same issues play out in the history of the aesthetic category of the sublime, which the author critiques from an ecofeminist perspective. Following that, he turns attention to cultural issues of consumption, both at home and internationally, looking particularly at postcolonial literature and forms of resistance to globalizations and agricultural land grabs. Resistance and postcolonial literature is further analyzed through consideration of two book-length Latin American poetic sequences, one by Pablo Neruda and the other by Ernesto Cardenal. Switching from works focused on the present, Murphy turns his attention then to how these themes play out in the future oriented worlds of science fiction. He concludes with two chapters that combine ecocriticial cultural critique and economic analysis in studies of the destructive role of megadams, particularly in Asia, and the impact of the combined threats of peak oil and climate change on one island's tourist economy. The conclusion contains a discussion of further drivers of future ecocritical analysis. Traversing a wide range of examples, literary, cultural and economic, this work fleshes out the benefits of an ethically grounded interdisciplinary ecocriticism.

The Structure Of Detachment

Author: Hiroshi Nara
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 9780824827359
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The Structure Of Detachment from the Author: Hiroshi Nara. The philosopher's controversial link with Heidegger is explored by Jon Mark Mikkelsen in the final essay, which concludes that, although Heidegger's view of art is consistent, both historically and conceptually, with his political involvement with fascism, the same cannot be said of Kuki."