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  Volume 44, Number 4, October 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue: postcolonial ecocriticism among settler-colonial nations

Introduction to Postcolonial Ecocriticism Among Settler-Colonial Nations

pp. 1-11

Unsettling North of Summer: Anxieties of Ownership in the Politics and Poetics of the Canadian North

pp. 13-47

Rachel Carson and the Perils of Simplicity: Reading Silent Spring from the Global South

pp. 49-88

Rewriting History/Animality in J. M. Coetzee’s Dusklands and Richard Flanagan’s Wanting

pp. 89-116

Constitutions of Site and Visitor at the Swarbrick Wilderness Discovery Site

pp. 117-136

Unsettling the Environment: The Violence of Language in Angela Rawlings’ Wide Slumber for Lepidopterists

pp. 137-158

Hiawatha / Hereafter: Re-appropriating Longfellow’s Epic in Northern Ontario

pp. 159-180

Invasive Species and the Territorial Machine: Shifting Interfaces between Ecology and the Postcolonial

pp. 181-204

An Interview with Susie O’Brien Conducted via email between February 3 and March 1, 2014

pp. 205-217

Afterword: Reckoning with Irreversibilities in Biotic and Political Ecologies

pp. 219-232


Skinned by Antjie Krog (review)

pp. 233-235

Myths of Wilderness in Contemporary Narratives: Environmental Postcolonialism in Australia and Canada by Kylie Crane (review)

pp. 236-235

Notes on Contributors

pp. 239-242

Research Areas


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