Contents

V 13 N 2 - Fall 2006
V 14 N 1 - Spring 2007



Special Issue:
Postcolonial Studies and Ecocriticism

Guest Editors:
Anthony Vital and Hans-Georg Erney


Articles
     
Title Author
Page
     
Introduction: Postcolonial Studies and Ecocriticism Anthony Vital and
Hans-Georg Erney
3
     
Slow Violence, Gender, and the Environmentalism of the Poor Rob Nixon
14
     
Exploiting El Dorado: Subalternity and the Environment Aaron Eastley
38
     
"Hotels Are Squatting on My Metaphors": Tourism, Sustainability, and
Sacred Space in the Caribbean
Anthony Carrigan
59
     
Doomed Kyoto: Language, Environment, and National Interests Erin Somerville
83
     
"Not-the-Native": Self-Transplantation, Ecocriticism, and
Postcolonialism in Jamaica Kincaid's My Garden (Book)
Rachel Azima
101
     
The Home, the Tide, and the World: Eco-cosmopolitan Encounters in
Amitav Ghosh's The Hungry Tide
Alexa Weik
120
 
Book Review Essays
       
"Water: Rivers and Forests of Survival" Vermonja R. Alston
145
The Future of Environmental Criticism: Environmental Crisis and Literary Imagination,
by Lawrence Buell
Writing for an Endangered World: Literature, Culture, and Environment in the U.S. and Beyond,
by Lawrence Buell
Caribbean Literature and the Environment,
edited by Elizabeth M. DeLoughrey, Renée K. Gosson, and George B. Handley
     
"A Litany of Disasters or Going With the Flow: New Developments in Water Politics" Nicole M. Merola
160
Deep Water: The Epic Struggle Over Dams, Displaced People, and the Environment,
by Jacques Leslie
The Greater Common Good,
by Arundhati Roy
Power Politics,
by Arundhati Roy
Silenced Rivers: The Ecology and Politics of Large Dams,
by Patrick McCully
Water Wars: Privatization, Pollution, and Profit,
by Vandana Shiva
When the Rivers Run Dry: Water -- The Defining Crisis of the Twenty-First Century,
by Fred Pearce
     
"Postcolonial Criticism and American Indian Ecologies: Approaches from Anthropology and Literature" Sebastian F. Braun
173
American Indian Literature, Environmental Justice, and Ecocriticism: The Middle Place,
by Joni Adamson
Who Owns Native Culture?
by Michael F. Brown
Ecocriticism: Creating Self and Place in Environmental and American Indian Literatures,
by Donelle N. Dreese
Nature in Literary and Cultural Studies: Transatlantic Conversations on Ecocriticism,
edited by Catrin Gersdorf and Sylvia Mayer
Native Americans and the Environment: Perspectives on the Ecological Indian,
edited by Michael E. Harkin and David Rich Lewis
Dwellings: A Spiritual History of the Living World,
by Linda Hogan
The Ecological Indian: Myth and History,
by Shephard Krech, III
     
"Toward Postcolonial Ecocriticism?: Avenues for Intervention on Interdisciplinary Terrain" Jesse Oak Taylor
187
Decolonizing Nature: Strategies for Conservation in a Post-colonial Era,
by William M. Adams and Martin Mulligan
Environmental Ethics in a Postcolonial World,
by Deane Curtin
Colonialism and Landscape: Postcolonial Theory and Applications,
by Andrew Sluyter
     
"Imperial Animals" Helen Tiffin
198
Ecological Imperialism: The Biological Expansion of Europe 900-1900,
by Alfred Crosby
Creatures of Empire: How Domestic Animals Transformed Early America,
by Virginia DeJohn Anderson
The Novel and the Menagerie: Totality, Englishness, and Empire,
by Kurt Koenigsberger
Postcolonial Animal Tales from Kipling to Coetzee,
by Jopi Nyman


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