Affective ecocriticism emotion, embodiment, environment /

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Autor Corporativo: University of Nebraska Press
Otros Autores: Bladow, Kyle A., 1985- (ed.), Ladino, Jennifer K. (ed.)
Formato: Libro electrónico
Publicado: Nebraska, [EE.UU.] : University of Nebraska Press, c2018.
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  • Toward an affective ecocriticism: placing feeling in the anthropocene / Kyle Bladow and Jennifer Ladino
  • Theoretical foundations "what do we do but keep breathing as best we can this minute atmosphere "Juliana Spahr and anthropocene anxiety" / Nicole Merola
  • From nostalgic longing to solastalgic distress: a cognitive approach to love in the anthropocene / Alexa Weik von Mossner
  • A new gentleness: affective ficto-regionality / Neil Campbell
  • Affective attachments: land, bodies, justice feeling the fires of climate change: land affect in Canada's tar sands / Jobb Arnold
  • Wendell Berry and the affective turn / William Major
  • A hunger for words: food affects and embodied ideology / Tom Hertweck
  • Uncanny homesickness and war: loss of affect, loss of place, and reworlding in redeployment / Ryan Hediger Animality: feeling species and boundaries desiring species with Darwin and Freud / Robert Azzarello Tragedy, ecophobia, and animality in the anthropocene / Brian Deyo
  • Futurity without optimism: detaching from anthropocentrism and grieving our fathers in beasts of the southern wild / Allyse Knox-Russell Environmentalist killjoys: politics and pedagogy the queerness of environmental affect / Nicole Seymour Feeling let down: affect, environmentalism, and the power of negative thinking / Lisa Ottum
  • Feeling depleted: ecocinema and the atmospherics of affect / Graig Uhlin
  • Feeling fine at the end of the world: the affect arc of undergraduate environmental studies curricula / Sarah Jaquette Ray.