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245 04 The Routledge companion to the environmental humanities /
       |cedited by Ursula K. Heise, Jon Christensen, and Michelle
246 30 Companion to the environmental humanities 
263    1610 
264  1 Abingdon, Oxon ;|aNew York, NY :|bRoutledge,|c2017 
300    pages cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references 
505 0  |tPlanet, species, justice, and the stories we tell about 
       them /|rUrsula K. Heise --|tThe anthropocene : love it or 
       leave it /|rDale Jamieson --|tDomestication, domesticated 
       landscapes, and tropical natures /|rSusanna B. Hecht --
       |t"They carry life in their hair" : domestication and the 
       African diaspora /|rJudith A. Carney --|tDomestication in 
       a post-industrial world /|rLibby Robin --|tMeals in the 
       age of toxic environments /|rYuki Masami --|tHybrid 
       aversion : wolves, dogs, and the humans who love to keep 
       them apart /|rEmma Marris --|tTechno-conservation in the 
       anthropocene : what does it mean to save a species? /
       |rRonald Sandler --|tColoring climates : imagining a 
       geoengineered world /|rBronislaw Szerszynski --|tUtopia's 
       afterlife in the anthropocene /|rAnahid Nersessian --
       |tRenaissance selfhood and Shakespeare's comedy of the 
       commons /|rRobert N. Watson --|tMultispecies epidemiology 
       and the viral subject /|rGenese Marie Sodikoff --
       |tEncountering a more-than-human world : ethos and the 
       arts of witness /|rDeborah Bird Rose and Thom van Dooren -
       -|tLoving the native : invasive species and the cultural 
       politics of flourishing /|rJessica R. Cattelino --
       |tArtifacts and habitats /|rDolly Jørgensen --
       |tInterspecies diplomacy in anthropocenic waters : 
       performing an ocean-oriented ontology /|rUna Chaudhuri --
       |tThe anthropocene at sea : temporality, paradox, 
       compression /|rStacy Alaimo --|tTurning over a new leaf : 
       Fanonian humanism and environmental justice /|rJennifer 
       Wenzel --|tAction-research and environmental justice : 
       lessons from Guatemala's Chixoy Dam /|rBarbara Rose 
       Johnston --|tFarming as speculative activity : the 
       ecological basis of farmers' suicides in India /|rAkhil 
       Gupta --|tEcological security for whom? : the politics of 
       flood alleviation and urban environmental justice in 
       jakarta, indonesia /|rHelga Leitner, Emma Colven, and Eric
       Sheppard --|tOur ancestors' dystopia now : indigenous 
       conservation and the anthropocene /|rKyle Powys Whyte --
       |tCollected things with names like mother corn : native 
       North American speculative fiction and film /|rJoni 
       Adamson --|tThe stone guests : buen vivir and popular 
       environmentalisms in the Andes and Amazonia /|rJorge 
       Marcone --|tPlay it again, Sam : decline and finishing in 
       environmental narratives /|rRichard White --|tHubris and 
       humility in environmental thought /|rMichelle Niemann --
       |tLosing primeval forests : degradation narratives in 
       South Asia /|rKathleen D. Morrison --|tMultidirectional 
       eco-memory in an era of extinction : colonial whaling and 
       indigenous dispossession in kim scott's that deadman dance
       /|rRosanne Kennedy --|tThe Caribbean's agonizing seashores
       : tourism resorts, art, and the future of the region's 
       coastlines /|rLizabeth Paravisini-Gebert --|tBear down : 
       resilience and multispecies ethology /|rBrett Buchanan --
       |tContemporary environmental art /|rJames Nisbet --|tSlow 
       food, low tech : environmental narratives of agribusiness 
       and its alternatives /|rAllison Carruth --|tMattress story
       : on thing power, waste management rhetoric, and Francisco
       de Pájaro's trash art /|rMaite Zubiaurre --|tTouching the 
       senses : environments and technologies at the movies /
       |rAlexa Weik von Mossner --|tClimate, design, and the 
       status of the human : obstacles and opportunities for 
       architectural scholarship in the environmental humanities 
       /|rDaniel A. Barber --|tClimate visualizations : making 
       data experiential /|rHeather Houser --|tDigital? 
       environmental : humanities /|rStéfan Sinclair and 
       Stephanie Posthumus --|tFrom the xenotext /|rChristian Bök
       --|tThe body and environmental history in the anthropocene
       /|rLinda Nash --|tMaterial ecocriticism and the petro-text
       /|rHeather I. Sullivan --|tFossil freedoms : the politics 
       of emancipation and the end of oil /|rHannes Bergthaller -
       -|tScaling the planetary humanities : environmental 
       globalization and the arctic /|rSverker Sörlin --|tSome 
       "f" words for the environmental humanities : feralities, 
       feminisms, futurities /|rCatriona Sandilands --|tBiocities
       : urban ecology and the cultural imagination /|rJon 
       Christensen and Ursula K. Heise --|tEnvironmental 
       humanities : notes towards a summary for policymakers /
       |rGreg Garrard --|tThe humanities after the anthropocene /
       |rStephanie LeMenager 
650  0 Environmental sciences|xSocial aspects 
650  0 Science and the humanities 
650  0 Human ecology 
650  0 Nature|xAffect of human beings on 
700 1  Heise, Ursula K.,|eeditor 
700 1  Christensen, Jon|c(Environmental historian),|eeditor 
700 1  Niemann, Michelle,|eeditor 
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