“Was not their mistake once more bred of the life of slavery that they had been living?—a life which was always looking upon everything, except mankind, animate and inanimate—‘nature,’ as people used to call it—as one thing, and mankind as another, it was natural to people thinking in this way, that they should try to make ‘nature’ their slave, since they thought ‘nature’ was something outside them” — William Morris

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Ecozon Is Out

I'm on the advisory board so...

Ecozon@: European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment has just
published its latest issue at http://www.ecozona.eu/index.php/journal. We
invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site
to review articles and items of interest.

Thanks for the continuing interest in our work,
Dr. Margarita Carretero González
Universidad de Granada, Spain

Ecozon@: European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment
Vol 4, No 1 (2013): Green Countercultures
Table of Contents

Editorial 4.1 (i-iii)
Axel Howarth Goodbody, Carmen Flys Junquera

Green Countercultures
Introduction: Green Countercultures   // Introducción: Contraculturas
verdes (1-11)
Peter Mortensen

Different Shades of Green: A Dark Green Counterculture in Ted Hughes's
Crow   // Diferentes tonos de verde: la contracultura verde oscuro de  Crow
, de Ted Hughes (12-29)
Susanna Lidström

"Blown away like apples by the fickle wind of the Twentieth Century”:
Counterculture Resistance and the Wilderness Condition in Richard
Brautigan’s  Trout Fishing in America   // Resistencia contracultural en
Trout Fishing in America  (30-43)
Jill E Anderson

Surf Aces Resurfaced: The Beach Boys and the Greening of the American
Counter-Culture, 1963-1973  // Los Beach Boys y el ecologismo en la
contracultura americana, 1963-1973 (44-60)
Dale Carter

General Section 4.1 (Spring 2013)
The Materiality of History and the Shifting Shapes of Memory in J. Hersey's
Hiroshima  and A. Resnais's  Hiroshima Mon Amour   // Materialidad de la
historia y formas cambiantes de la memoria:  Hiroshima  e  Hiroshima mon
amour  (61-77)
Christopher Martin Schliephake

ContaminAzioni e AddomesticaMenti:  wilderness  e follia ne  L’isola di
Sukwann  di David Vann  // Wilderness and madness in  L'isola di Sukwann  //
Barbarie y locura en  L'isola di Sukwann  (78-91)
Daniela Fargione

Melting Ice and the Paradoxes of Zeno: Didactic Impulses and Aesthetic
Distanciation in German Climate Change Fiction  // Impulsos didácticos y
distancia estética en la ficción alemana sobre el cambio climático
Axel Howarth Goodbody

Creative Writing and Arts
Editorial  (103-104)
Isabel Hoving

Works  // Obras (105-113)
Michael Markwick

Poems  // Poemas (114-116)
Brian Glaser

Soliloquy of a former Harpy  // Soliloquio de una antigua Arpía (117-118)
Florian Auerochs

Poems  // Poemas (119-123)
Matthew Griffiths

Book Reviews
Book Review of Robert Azzarello's  Queer Environmentality   // Reseña de
Queer Environmentality , de Robert Azzarello (124-126)
Jill E Anderson

Materialism Meets Mysticism: Geopoetic Investigations in  The Shell of the
Tortoise   // Reseña de  The Shell of the Tortoise , de Don McKay (127-129)
Jonathan Matthew Butler

Book Review of Karen K. Thornber's  Reading Ecoambiguity   // Reseña de
Reading Ecoambiguity , de Karen K. Thornber (130-138)
Simon C. Estok

Book review of Peter Quigley's  Housing the Environmental Imagination:
Politics, Beauty and Refuge in American Nature Writing   // Reseña de
Housing the Environmental Imagination , de Peter Quigley (139-141)
John Seibert Farnsworth

Book Review of Subhankar Banerjee, ed.,  Arctic Voices. Resistance at the
Tipping Point   // Reseña de  Arctic Voices. Resistance at the Tipping
Point , editado por Subhankar Banerjee (142-144)
Reinhard Hennig

Book Review of  Local Natures, Global Responsibilities: Ecocritical
Perspectives on the New English Literatures   // Reseña de  Local Natures,
Global Responsibilities: Ecocritical Perspectives on the New English
Literatures  (145-148)
Chad Weidner

Book review of Molly Scott Cato's  Environment and Economy   // Reseña de
Environment and Economy , de Molly Scott Cato (149-152)
Charles Whitney and Amy Woodward

Credits 4.1  // Créditos 4.1 (153-155)
Irene Sanz Alonso

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