Explorations in Ecocritical Theory and Practice
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This exciting new collection of cutting-edge ecocritical essays is rich with diligent scholarship and passionate social commentary. These essays show the continuing vibrancy, good humor, analytical acuity, and activist commitment that have always characterized this field, while adding new theoretical subtlety. - Scott Slovic, coeditor of What's Nature Worth? ""Coming into Contact plays at the rich, diverse, productive edges of ecocritical theory and praxis as it effectively opens the field of literature-and-environment studies to dynamic new approaches and international literatures. These essays boldly and assuredly take their place among those included in The Ecocriticism Reader and Beyond Nature Writing as they afford readers, writers, and scholars a deeper understanding of the contributions ecocriticism has made and is making to disciplines both inside and outside the humanities."" - Joni Adamson, coeditor of The Environmental Justice Reader
Annie Merrill Ingram is an associate professor of English at Davidson College and former director of its Center for Interdisciplinary Studies. Ian Marshall, the author of Story Line and Peak Experiences, is a professor of English and coordinator of the environmental studies program at Pennsylvania State University, Altoona. Daniel J. Philippon, the author of Conserving Words (Georgia), is an associate professor of rhetoric at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Adam W. Sweeting, the author of Beneath the Second Sun and Reading Houses and Building Books, is an associate professor of humanities at Boston University, College of General Studies.