EASLCE 2018 Conference Report

The 8th biennial EASLCE (European Association for the Study of Literature, Culture, and Environment) conference in Würzburg, Germany, is now over but the memories remain. I had pretty high expectations for the conference but it turned out to be even better than I expected. Below is a report on my conference experience, divided into six … Continue reading EASLCE 2018 Conference Report

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EHI: Remote Lecture Series

I've been a lazy blogging boy lately but thought I'd just write a quick little post advertising a cool lecture series arranged by EHI (the Environmental Humanities Initiative): CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, a NEARLY CARBON-NEUTRAL REMOTE LECTURE SERIES. Invited lecturers include such famous ecocritics as my former professor, Serpil Oppermann, and Kate Rigby, plus a … Continue reading EHI: Remote Lecture Series

Migrant Ecologies

The most recent issue of ISLE recently came in the mail. They now released the "Spring" issue very quickly after the previous "Winter" issue so maybe they're soon getting rid of their backlog. Anyway, just wanted to say a couple of quick words about this because I thought the issue has an interesting "Special Cluster" … Continue reading Migrant Ecologies