4 edition of Ecology and literature found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Bryan L. Moore.|
|LC Classifications||PS169.E25 M66 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008001226|
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The book begins with a general discussion of the strictures against personification in various disciplines, including nature writing, scientific writing, and literary criticism, as well as the distinctions between personification and anthropomorphism and their relation to by: Ecology and Literature Ecocentric Personification from Antiquity to the Twenty-first Century.
Ecocritical writings range from cultural histories of human ecological entanglements to critical analyses of the meanings of such terms as human and nature. Hubert Zapf considers the ways in which literature operates as a Ecology and literature book of cultural ecology, using language, imagination and critique to challenge and transform cultural narratives of humanity's relationship to nature.
In this way, the book demonstrates the important role that literature plays in creating a more sustainable way of life. Interactions in Ecology and Literature integrates ecology with fictional and informational texts. This unit, developed by Vanderbilt University's Programs for Talented Youth, is aligned to the Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.
Ecology and literature book will research questions such as "Should animals be kept in zoos?". Book Description: Bioregionalism is an innovative way of thinking about place and planet from an ecological perspective. Although bioregional ideas occur regularly in ecocritical writing, until now no systematic effort has been made to outline the principles of bioregional literary criticism and to use it as a way to read, write, understand, and teach literature.
Feminist criticism, for instance, examines literature from the perspective of feminine gender, whereas Marxist criticism examines literature from the standpoint of class structure and production.
Ecocriticism looks at literature from the perspective of the ecology. It is believed that William Rueckert was the first to use the term ecocriticism.
Landscape Ecology This book, Landscape Ecology has written to present major and efficient applications in landscape ecology, as well as to propose a solid action for this category of topics.
The book aims to illustrate various treatment methods of the land-use models impact on landscape ecology creation. Author (s): Amjad Almusaed.
Literature and environment studies— commonly called “ecocriticism” or “envi-ronmental criticism” in analogy to the more general term literary criticism—comprise an eclectic, pluriform, and cross-disciplinary initiative that aims to explore the environ-mental dimensions of literature and other creative media in a spirit of environmental.
Ecology and Literature Ecocentric Personification from Antiquity to the Twenty-first Century. Authors: Moore, B. Free Preview. Book Summary / Abstract. Drawing on the latest debates in ecocritical theory and sustainability studies, Literature as Cultural Ecology: Sustainable Texts outlines a new approach to the reading of literary texts.
Hubert Zapf considers the ways in which literature operates as a form of cultural ecology, using language, imagination and critique to challenge and transform cultural narratives of. Premised on the belief that a social and an ecological agenda are compatible, this collection offers readings in the ecology of left and radical Cited by: 5.
Indeed, the function of literature as cultural ecology implicitly involves an ecological ethics as well, since it posits Ecology and literature book interconnectedness of mind and body, text and life, human and nonhuman world as a necessary context of human responsibility, which in its fundamentally cooperative and dialogical rather than monological orientation is relevant in the spheres of the general culture and of science as well.
Over and Under the Pond: (Environment and Ecology Books for Kids, Nature Books, Children's Oceanography Books, Animal Books for Kids) Kate Messner.
out of 5 stars Hardcover. $ # How the World Works: A Hands-On Guide to Our Amazing Planet (Explore the Earth) Christian Dorion. out of 5 stars Literary Ecology and Culture-Nature Interaction Nature writing often privileges wilderness as an authentic, pure form of the landscape.
It is the very opposite of a corrupted human condition and man-made landscape. Ecocriticism places a high premium on texts that situate nature as authentic and pure. A literature review surveys scholarly articles, books and other sources relevant to a particular issue, area of research, or theory.
The purpose is to offer an overview of significant literature published on a topic. A literature review may constitute an essential chapter of a thesis or dissertation, or may be a self-contained review of writings on a : Kelee Pacion. This book traces the influence of ecology as a scientific, philosophical and political concept in the work of these and other writers and in doing so presents an original outlook on Scottish literature from the mid-nineteenth century to the present.
Non-fiction environmental books may, for example, be the products of scholarly or journalistic work. The books in this list include fields and styles such as anthropology, conservation science, ecology, environmental history, lifestyle, and memoirs. Bivalve Molluscs is an extremely comprehensive book covering all major aspects of this important class of invertebrates.
As well as being an important class biologically and ecologically, many of the bivalves are fished and cultured commercially (e.g.
mussels, oysters, scallops and clams) in a multi-billion dollar worldwide industry. Link to an article in the journal Ecology Go to the Literature Cited section (near the end of the article) and find the Scanlon citation--it is a reference to a chapter in a book.
A Literature Review of the Ecology and Silviculture of Tropical Peat Swamp Forest Tree Species Found Naturally Occurring in Central Kalimantan. December EN2D0/EN3D0 Literature, Environment, Ecology ecology – as a way of seeing and reading the world – should change how we study literature.
Second, a materialist world ecology offers the most useful way of re-orienting literary study today, since it is (by definition) comparative and global in scope, while remaining attentive to the. The book Paper Minds: Literature and the Ecology of Consciousness, Jonathan Kramnick is published by University of Chicago Press.
and the study of contemporary literature. This is a book to read and re-read carefully, and to feature prominently in any discussion concerning the contributions and merits of a cognitive approach to literature.".
A distinctive feature of the present handbook in comparison with other survey volumes is the combination of ecocriticism with cultural ecology, reflecting an emphasis on the cultural transformation of ecological processes and on the crucial role of literature, art, and other forms of cultural creativity for the evolution of societies towards.
An Ecology of World Literature (Hardcover) From Antiquity to the Present Day. By Alexander Beecroft. Verso,pp. Publication Date: Febru Other Editions of. Premised on the belief that a social and an ecological agenda are compatible, this collection offers readings in the ecology of left and radical writing from the Romantic period to the present.
While early ecocriticism tended to elide the bitter divisions within and between societies, recent practit. Ecocriticism is the study of literature and the environment from an interdisciplinary point of view, where literature scholars analyze texts that illustrate environmental concerns and examine the various ways literature treats the subject of nature.
This book surveys trends in environmental thought in the US from the midth century to the present day. Its author's chief interest is in ecocriticism — a new field of inquiry that focuses on environmental literature — and some key premises of which he calls into question. His perspective is, however, interdisciplinary: he considers literary alongside popular, philosophical, sociological Author: Dana Phillips.
Would you like to get the full Thesis from Shodh ganga along with citation details. The aim of this book is to outline the main methods and techniques available to ornithologists. A general shortage of information about available techniques is greatly hindering progress in avian ecology and conservation.
Currently this sort of information is disparate and difficult to locate with much of it widely dispersed in books, journals and grey literature. Ecology in Literature and the Arts. likes. Covers climate change and other ecological themes in literature and the arts.
Stands in solidarity with #blacklivesmatter. Offering a model for meaningful dialogue between queer studies and environmental studies, Robert Azzarello's book traces a queer-environmental lineage in American Romantic and. This book is available as open access through the Bloomsbury Open Access programme and is available on Drawing on the latest debates in ecocritical theory and sustainability studies, Literature as Cultural Ecology: Sustainable Texts outlines a new approach to the reading of literary texts.
Hubert Zapf considers the ways in which literature operates as a form of. This book covers the following topics in plant ecology: Ecology of Roots, Ecology of Stems, Ecology of Leaves, Symbiosis, Pollination, Reciprocal Nutritive Disjunctive Symbiosis, Social Conjunctive Symbiosis, Nutritive Conjunctive Symbiosis, Growth Habits of Plants, Plant Communities, Plant Succession and Applied Ecology.
Ecology and the Literature of the British Left: The Red and the Green. by John Rignall, H Gustav Klaus, Valentine Cunningham. NOOK Book (eBook) $ spark literature book.
Explore More Items. Anne of Green Gables (SparkNotes Literature Guide) Anne of Green Gables (SparkNotes Literature Guide) by L.M. Montgomery Making the reading Author: John Rignall. From Beech to Book and Vice Versa: Deforestation and Reforestation or the Weight of Texts ; Streams of Consciousness: The World's Water and Literary Warnings ; The Fantastic to Denounce the Devastation of Lands by the Exploitation of Resources ; Aboriginal Literature and the Way to Ecological Awareness --Part 4.
Animals to Show Man the Way. The first phase involved a literature review of IFM, drawing on scholarly literature from ecology, fire science, community development, economics, and policy.
This review identified papers on IFM (see Table 1), and 72 were selected for deeper review, based on the following criteria: they were published after (to reflect contemporary. Ecology and the Environment. This site from the University of Pennsylvania contains free ebooks from Google Books, University of Michigan, HathiTrust, Internet Archive of Ebooks, Project Gutenberg and more.
is a consortium of natural history and botanical libraries that cooperate to digitize and make accessible the legacy literature of. The science of range management, like many other resource disciplines, has embraced and integrated environmental concerns in the field, the laboratory, and policy.
Rangeland Ecology and Management now brings this integrated approach to the classroom in a thoroughly researched, comprehensive, and readable text. The authors discuss the basics of ran.
Designed for homeschoolers and families with three educational levels, this book divides its text into color-coded sections for GradesGradesand Grades Additional sections provide a look at the history of ecology as well as ways readers can make a difference in their home or community.
Photograph-rich chapters will help students understand what ecology is, the hydrologic cycle. Different Shades of Green is the first book-length study of African environmental literature. This revelatory, truly interdisciplinary book brings together insights from political ecology, ecocriticism, and environmental activism.
The result is a magnificent, ambitious book that is both innovative and timely.Books shelved as ecology-for-kids: A King Salmon Journey by Debbie S. Miller, Ollie's First Year by Jonathan London, How Flowers Grow by Emma Helbrough.This book is available as open access through the Bloomsbury Open Access programme and is available on Drawing on the latest debates in ecocritical theory and sustainability studies, Literature as Cultural Ecology: Sustainable Texts outlines a new approach to the reading of literary Zapf considers the ways in which literature operates as a form of.