Seminar 2014

Environmental Humanities Text Seminar
Chaired by Christine Hansen, Dept of Historical Studies

 

Head, Lesley and Chris Gibson (
2012) “Becoming differently modern: Geographic contributions to a generative climate politics” in Progress in Human Geography, 36(6) 699–714 .

Bird Rose, Deborah, Stuart Cooke and Thom van Dooren (2011) “Ravens at Play” in Cultural Studies Review 17(2): 326–43

Tsing, Anna (2012) “On Nonscalability: The Living World Is Not Amenable to Precision-Nested Scales” in Common Knowledge 18:3

Seegert, Natasha (2014) “Dirty, Pretty Trash: Confronting Perceptions through the Aesthetics of the Abject” in Journal of Ecocriticism 6(1)

Chakrabaty, Dipesh (2009) “The Climate of History: Four Theses” in Critical Inquiry 35

Nixon, Rob (2006-2007) “Slow Violence, Gender, and the Environmentalism of the Poor” in Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies 13(2) – 14(1)

Plumwood, Val (2008) “Shadow Places and the Politics of Dwelling” in Australian Humanities Review 44

Hustchings, Rich (2014) “Understanding of and Vision for the Environmental Humanities” in Environmental Humanities Journal 4:213-220

Bergthaller, Hannes, Rob Emmett, Adeline Johns-Putra, Agnes Kneitz, Susanna Lidström, Shane McCorristine, Isabel Pérez Ramos, Dana Phillips, Kate Rigby, Libby Robin (2014): “Mapping Common Ground: Ecocriticism, Environmental History, and the Environmental Humanities” in Environmental Humanities, 5:261-27