Literature facing the challenges of the Anthropocene

 

  1. Annamaria Elia ( Italy)
    Re-imagining Anthropocene: towards a post-anthropocentric planetary literature
  2. Chingwen Wu (Taiwan)
    Rereading Kunikida Doppo’s On the Bank of Sorachi Riverfrom the Perspective of Environmental History
  3. Dorota Kołodziejczyk (Poland)
    “Onto a chilly aerial road to new worlds”: global affective landscapes of transience in Olga Tokarczuk’s and Amitav Ghosh’s writing
  4. Jayshree Singh
    Economic Rationality against Ecological Reality: A Study in the Selected American Films (2000 to 2010): A Study in the Selected American Films (2000 to 2010) 
  5. Jayshree Singh & Jyotsna Kumawat
    Ethical dilemma to Save Nature and Culture: Question of Survival and Protection in the Selected Short Stories - 'Quarantine' and 'Plague ki chudail' 
  6. Maria Filina (Georgia)
    The nature of the Caucasus as perceived by Russian romantics and exiled Polish poets
  7. Laurence Dahan-Gaida (France)
    Penser la nature face à la technique
  8. Sarfati Lanter
    Representer les non-humains: imaginaire juridique et imaginaire litteraire a l’heure de l’anthropocene
  9. Sushree Routray
    Towards a Feminist Phenomenology of Blood Consciousness: Saturated Phenomena in D. H. Lawrence's Women in Love
  10. Tamar Paichadze
    Georgian literature at the crossroads: cultural challenges from colonialreality to Europeanization
  11. Zhanna Tolysbayeva
    A book as a witness of injury
  12. Dipayan Dutta
    Exploring the Thematic Shifts in Modern Poetry as a Response to Anthropocene: A Comparative Epistemological Study between American and Indian Ecopoetics 
  13. Somparna Bose, Dipayan Dutta
    A Comparative Diachronic Study of Eco-poetry from America and India: Changing Perceptions and Ethical Concerns