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(p. 567) Index

(p. 567) Index

A Sand County Almanac (Leopold), 149, 341, 399–400, 406
Abbey, Edward, 222n26, 383, 387–389, 520
abduction, 133
aboriginals, 88, 349, 529
Australian, 244, 248, 418
Abram, David, 268, 279–283, 285, 287, 292, 296, 366
Abrams, M.H, 71
Adams, Richard, 409, 411
Adorno, Theodor, 63, 105, 107, 487, 553
AEC (Atomic Energy Commission), 329–330
aesthetic atmospheres, 280
affect, 130, 135, 166, 329, 364–365, 368
ecoglobalist, 325
affordances, 446, 448, 496; see also Umwelt
African Americans, 118–130, 143, 194, 413; see also race
and old-time music, 479–480
and urban nature, 128–130
and wilderness, 118–119, 122–127, 562–564
After the Fire (Rule), 306, 311–313, 315–317
Against Women Unconstant (attr.Chaucer), 30
Agamben, Giorgio, 243, 253, 552
Alaimo, Stacy, 103, 136, 151, 159, 162, 166, 176–177, 236n9, 306, 363, 366, 402, 469; see trans-corporeality
and eco-film theory, 462–465
Alan of Lille, 28
alienation, 63, 283, 286, 424, 466, 491, 563
critique of romantic theory of, 160–161, 165–166
Aliens of the Deep (Nouvian), 193–195, 202
allegory, 29, 44, 251, 373, 498
Allen, Richard, 461–462
allomorphism, 66, 304; see also alterity
Almanac of the Dead (Silko), 11, 172, 175–184
alterity, 70, 106–107, 126
animal, 66–67, 255
postcolonial, 321, 325–327, 329, 331–334, 339n54
Althusser, Louis, 464
An Inconvenient Truth (film), 20, 503, 505–507, 509, 516
Anderson, Jill, 308
animal culture, 229, 231–232, 236–237, 239
Animal Liberation (Singer), 52
animal rights, 13, 51, 66, 263, 412, 418
and conservation, 242, 244–245
animal studies, 29, 226–227, 236n9, 397
and ecocriticism, 242–244, 253
animal trans, 306, 318
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle (Kingsolver), 403–405
animals, 81, 85, 122, 132, 157–158, 179–180, 207, 209, 212, 215, 217–218, 221n19, 229–235, 241, 250, 252, 291, 298, 301, 314, 341, 343–345, 351–352, 367, 377, 397, 409, 411–414, 446, 449, 454, 462–463, 469, 476, 479, 488, 495, 497, 530, 552, 563
in children’s stories, 411–414
in middle ages, 29, 33
and modernism, 100, 104, 109, 111
phenomenology and, 280–281, 284
queer, 306–307
Renaissance, 45, 50–56
and romanticism, 66–67, 70
zoosemiotics and, 261–264
animism, 280–281, 525
Antarctica, 155, 322, 331–334, 339
Anthropocene era, 226, 276, 285–289, 488, 540–541
anthropocentrism, 42, 103–104, 108, 145, 201, 207, 227, 232–233, 247–248, 253, 279, 424–425, 467, 531, 533, 542, 553
anthropodenial, 232, 235
(p. 568) anthropomorphism, 58, 73, 126, 182, 235, 238n23, 248, 252, 263, 280, 284, 332, 411, 508
animalcentric and anthropocentric, 232
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 175, 177
apartheid (S African racial segregation) 560–561
Apollo space missions, 327–328, 333, 337–339
Appalachia, 476, 478–480, 484
Armbruster, Karla, 396, 425
Armstrong, Philip, 243–244, 248, 256
Arnold, David, 80, 83–84
Arthasastra (Kautilya), 528
‘As Birds Bring Forth the Sun’ (Macleod), 250
ASLE (Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment), ix, 2, 4, 20–21, 417, 463, 549
ASLE-India, 528, 534
ASLE-Japan, 20, 520–523
Attridge, Derek, 242
Augé, Marc, 139, 143
Australia, 60, 88, 244–246, 330, 419
Bachelard, Gaston, 440–441, 443, 449
Bacon, Francis, 53, 63, 490
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 45, 390
Ballard, Robert D., 191
Ballets Russes, 104
Barad, Karen, 164, 189, 192, 307, 314, 317n2, 366; see also intra-action
Barkawi, Tarak, 328, 331, 338–339
Bass, Rick, 385, 520
Bate, Jonathan, 5, 62, 69, 106, 114, 135, 207, 551
Beck, Ulrich, 158, 161–162, 547
Beckett, Samuel, 105–106, 111
Behn, Aphra, 345
Bekoff, Marc, 238n23, 252
Bennett, Jane, 103, 367–368
Bennett, Michael, 426–427
Bentham, Jeremy, 66
Berlant, Laurent, 305, 310
Berlin, Isaiah, 62
Bernstein, Charles, 132, 135–136
Berry, Wendell, 383, 388, 476, 490
Between the Acts (Woolf), 107
Bible (Christian), 53, 54
bio-power, 2, 7, 88, 236n8, 244, 253, 305, 310; see also Foucault, Michel
biophilia, 43, 413–414, 416, 497
biosemiotics, 18, 133, 138, 142, 184, 253, 260–269, 367; see also animal culture
contrasted with Saussurean semiology, 13, 260–261, 466
Black Beauty (Sewell), 409, 412–413, 420, 422
Boethius, 28, 37
Böhme, Gernot, 14, 279–280, 282–283, 285, 547, 549, 553
Böhme, Hartmut, 283, 547, 553
Bök, Christian, 133, 135–136, 140–141, 144–145
Bonnie, Kristin E., 232
Borderlands/La Frontera (Anzaldúa), 174–177
Bordwell, David, 460–461, 467–468, 471
Botkin, Daniel, 65, 312
Bradshaw, Gay, 12, 230
Bravo (nuclear test), 330, 333
Brown, Gillian R., 231, 233
Bryld, Mette, 188, 193
Buckland, Warren, 471
Buddhism, 294, 525
Buonarroti, Michelangelo, 50
Burnett, Frances Hodgson, 409, 415
Butler, Marilyn, 1, 73
Butler, Robert, 377
Byrd, William, 381
Byron, Alfred Lord, 61, 66, 73–74
Callicott, J. Baird, 245, 247
Calvin, John, 56, 59
Calvinism, 52, 54–55
Cameron, James, 193–196, 201, 465
canon, 3, 60, 62, 100–102, 206–207, 220, 322–323, 460, 550
climate, 206–207
ecocritical, 16, 210, 393–394, 398, 423–425
Cantrell, Carol, 100–101, 107
Caribbean, 320, 341–354
Carroll, Noël, 460–461, 465–466, 468–471
Carson, Rachel, 161–162, 165, 391, 393, 400–403, 417
(p. 569) Cartesian philosophy, 42, 107–108, 110, 226, 307, 453
critiques of, 45, 100, 113n27, 244, 366
dualism in, 67
Castronova, Edward, 498
chaos theory, 482
Chaucer, 30, 32–34, 37–38
children, writing for, 408–419
Childs, Peter, 430
China, 155–156, 219, 222n30
ecocriticism in, 4, 22, 537–544
cholera, 81–91, 93–97
Christianity, 6, 35–36, 72–73, 525
and animals, 52–55
Lynn White thesis on, 28, 33
Clare, John, 62, 270, 273, 435
Clarke, Stephen, 29
Clements, Frederick, 65
climate change, 3–4, 19–20, 22, 44, 166, 190, 194, 196, 201, 241, 287, 320, 323, 333, 377, 396, 398, 401, 403, 470, 502–516, 548, 552
and crisis of representation, 276, 424–425, 502–516
and literature, 205–220, 361–373, 431–434
as spectacle, 155–156, 163
Cochabamba Conference on, 172, 175, 180, 186
scepticism, 47–48, 161, 299, 495–497
Cloud Atlas (Mitchell), 429–431, 436n8
co-evolution, 248, 253, 255, 367
coexistentialism, 70, 300–301
cognitive, 18, 42, 45, 48, 230, 263–264, 279, 460–461, 467–471, 492–493, 522
film theory, 460–461, 467–471
poetics, 18, 440–456
Cold Mountain (Frazier), 479, 482
Coleridge, S.T., 60–61, 66–67, 70–71, 110, 451
Collins, Jim, 464–465
colonialism, 41, 127, 165–166, 188, 194–195, 212–213, 244, 324–331, 339, 381, 409, 415
and conservation, 210, 324
and disease, 80, 85, 93–95
environmental harms of, 230, 341, 346, 348–350, 352–354, 429, 527, 529–531
homogenization of space, 321
commodity fetishism, 156, 158–159
Condé, Maryse, 347
consilience, 242
Continental philosophy, 459, 461–462, 465, 468, 551
Cooper, David E., 276–278, 280–281, 286–288
Coppinger, Raymond, 249, 257n8
Cosgrove, Denis, 324–325, 327, 332–334
cosmovisions, 175, 181–185
country music, 475–478, 480; see also old-time music
Coupland, Douglas, 155–156, 161, 163, 165, 167
Cowley, Jason, 402
Cracking the Ocean Code (TV documentary), 195, 198
creole pig, 348, 352–354
Cronon, William, 9, 103, 160, 395–396, 398
cultural biology, 229, 232, 234–235; see also animal culture
cultural ecology, 549, 551, 553–554
cyberspace, 489, 491
Darkwater (Du Bois), 118–120, 122, 129
Darwin, Charles, 45, 108–109, 195, 257, 295–296, 307, 393, 411
datasphere, 488–489, 494
De Beauvoir, Simone, 276, 285
De Waal, Frans, 228–229, 231–233
deconstruction, 14–15, 74, 291–302, 325
deep ecology, 5, 21, 29, 37, 41, 103–104, 368–370, 538, 542
critiques of, 58, 165, 173, 288, 325, 337n26, 466
Deleuze, Gilles, 110, 137, 307, 461, 471
DeLoughrey,Elizabeth, 2–4, 15–16, 21, 81
democracy, 120, 127, 387, 527, 532, 534
earth, 326
science and, 157, 165
Dennis, John, 388
Derksen, Jeff, 139
Derrida, Jacques, 14, 70, 227, 236n8, 283, 294–297, 300–302; see also deconstruction
Descartes, René, 50, 63; see Cartesian philosophy
Desert Solitaire (Abbey), 17, 388, 520; see Abbey, Edward
Devi, Mahasweta, 21, 532–533
dharma, 528–530, 533
(p. 570) Dickinson, Emily, 440, 445, 447–448, 451–453, 455, 491
différance, 14, 295, 298, 300
disease, 7, 46, 74, 121, 221n18, 343–344, 401, 431
colonialism and, 80–87, 89–95
Dodds, Joseph, 364, 367
Dog Boy (Hornung), 252–255
double consciousness, 118–119, 122, 124; see also African Americans
Du Bois, W.E.B., 118–131
Dungy, Camille, 564
eco-cosmopolitanism, 113n8, 175, 322, 489
eco-film, 459–465, 467, 469–473
ecocriticism, 42–43, 48, 225, 260, 262, 302, 378, 383–384, 408, 459, 487, 513; see also postcolonial ecocriticism
and animal studies, 227, 242–246, 285
and deconstruction, 291–302
divergent tendencies within, 2–3, 7–10, 363–368, 395–398, 424–425, 434–436, 464–472
and environmental justice, 172–186
feminist, 321, 335, 363, 365–366, 378, 396, 533, 555
histories of, 1–2, 320–321, 335n4, 325
and modernism, 98–112, 118–130
and phenomenology, 276–288, 296–297
and queer theory, 305–317
postmodern, 132–148
and romanticism, 60–75
urban, 426–429
ecofeminism, 2, 5, 14, 321, 335n4, 363, 365–366, 378, 396-396, 533, 555n23
ecoglobalism, 322–323, 334–335
Ecological Indian, 11, 172–174, 181, 185
ecology, 45, 70, 100–101, 104, 132, 162, 192–193, 210–211, 242, 244, 260, 288, 296, 328–329, 391, 427, 443, 470, 530, 532–533, 537, 543, 547, 549, 552; see also cultural ecology; deep ecology; modernist ecology; postequilibrium ecology; queer ecology; romantic ecology
and environmentalism, 27, 47–48
Augustan, 65
ecocriticism and, 1–2, 36, 65, 156–159, 208, 278, 460–461, 541
negative, 106,114n27
scientific, 109, 225, 288, 323–324, 329, 400, 489
without nature, 111, 391, 499; see Morton, Timothy
ecophenomenology, 14, 278, 284, 288–290, 296
ecopoetics, 102, 135–136, 143, 148, 542; see also negative ecopoetics
Heideggerian, 106
Edelman, Lee, 15, 308–309, 317n4, 445
Eden, 43, 54, 303, 420
Eeckhout, Bart, 103–104
Eichendorff, Joseph von, 60–61, 71, 551
Elder, John, 102, 396, 398–399
Eliot, T.S., 102, 283, 481
Elsaesser, Thomas, 471
embeddedness, 10, 163, 226, 234, 266, 284, 296
embodiment, 73, 93, 104, 226, 234, 305–306, 308, 450, 455
phenomenology and, 280–282, 368
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 382, 441, 451, 454
empire, 320–327, 346; see also imperialism
American, 323, 327, 334
British, 81, 83–84, 87, 89, 93–95, 325
enactionism, 448, 450–451
Enlightenment, 1, 63, 105, 111, 157, 226–227, 278, 280, 283, 381, 408–409, 475, 512
critiques of, 50, 106–109, 198, 321, 324, 333, 540
environmental fascism, 245
‘environmentalism of the poor’ (Gadgil and Guha), 179, 527
environmental justice, 11, 100, 120, 207, 218–219, 321, 396, 418, 476, 552, 561
and indigenous literature, 172–177, 181, 184, 186
movement, 165, 174, 190–191, 309
(p. 571) environmental nonfiction, 16–18, 20, 113, 279, 394
environmental racism, 174–176, 552
EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), 469
Erasmus, Desiderius, 56
Erickson, Bruc, 309
Eriksen, Tim, 483–484
Essay on Man (Pope), 65, 74
Etter, Ron J., 192
Evernden, Neil, 28–30, 36
evolutionary psychology, 238, 263, 460–461, 471–472
Exploits & Opinions of Dr. Faustroll, Pataphysician (Jarry), 133
extinction, 173, 182, 201, 246, 367, 491, 498, 504
of Caribbean fauna, 341–344, 346, 348–354
false consciousness, 468, 470; see also ideology
Fanren, Zeng, 540–542
Farr, Moira, 396
feminism, 2, 5, 11–12, 16, 63, 166, 198, 242, 285, 393, 463, 466; see also ecofeminism
and phenomenology 285
and science studies 188–190
ferality, 242–257
Figueres, Christiana, 362
film noir, 463, 473
fire, ecology of, 311–316
Foucault, Michel, 2, 9–10, 162–164, 305, 310; see also bio-power
Foxe, John, 51
Franklin, Adrian, 244
Frazier, Charles, 479, 482
Freedom, romantic conception of, 62–64, 67, 125, 233
Freeman, Walter, 449–451
Frye, Northrop, 442
Gadgil, Madhav, 527, 530
Gaia, 45, 48, 70, 300, 369, 376, 466, 488, 514
Galef, Bennett G., 232
Gandhi, 531
Garrard, Greg, 41, 47, 62, 66, 172–174, 207, 424, 432, 435, 533
gender, 2, 32, 60, 89, 162, 182, 188, 191, 241, 285, 306, 320, 324, 391, 465–466, 509
George, James, 331–334
German, 21–22, 43, 244, 261, 265, 277, 297, 345
ecocriticism, 547–559
romanticism, 43, 60, 62, 65, 70–73, 118, 128
Gessner, David, 380, 384
Gheyn, Jacques De, 49–51
Ghosh, Amitav, 12, 21, 210–218, 532
Gibson, James J., 265, 446–448, 450–453
Gilbert, Daniel, 241
Gilbey, Ryan, 504
Glissant, Édouard, 21, 101, 326–327, 331
Glotfelty, Cheryll, 234, 426
Goethe, J.W. von, 60–61, 65, 68, 280, 547, 550–551
Goodbody, Axel, 21–22, 78–79, 432–433
Google, 299, 373, 496
Gordimer, Nadine, 561
Gordon, Deborah, 184
Gore, Al, 496, 505–506
gothic, 20, 61, 158
imperial, 82, 87, 89, 92–93, 95
Grahame, Kenneth, 409, 416–417
Grand Canyon, 118–119, 121–127, 129–131
Green, James, 430
Greenpeace, 192, 503, 511–512
Grodal, Torben, 460, 471–472
Grove, Richard, 323–324
Grusin, Richard, 120
Guha, Ramachandra, 179, 325, 527, 530–531
Haddock, Steven, 200–201
Halberstam, Judith, 305
Handley, George, 2–3, 81, 326, 339
Hansen, James, 48
Haraway, Donna, 9–10, 101, 110, 112, 195, 200
and dogs, 247–248, 255
and science studies, 108, 110, 163, 188–189, 247–248, 255
Having Faith (Steingraber), 402
Hawker, Ginny, 478
Head, Dominic, 424, 431
Hegeman, Susan, 101
(p. 572) Heidegger, Martin, 103, 105–107, 295, 299, 301–302, 549, 551
and phenomenology, 276–277, 279–280, 285, 289, 292, 547
Heimat, 70, 548, 551–552
Heinämaa, Sara, 285
Heine, Heinrich, 7, 60, 73
Heise, Ursula, 15, 113n8, 172, 174–175, 184, 322, 329, 368–369, 372–373, 397, 489
heteronormativity, 9, 15, 90, 103, 111, 305, 308, 310–313, 315–316, 418; see also queer ecology
Hird, Myra, 306–307
Hoffmeyer, Jesper, 133, 144, 184, 260–261, 264; see biosemiotics
Hornung, Eva, 252–253, 255
Huggan, Graham, 326, 328, 397, 528, 531
Hulme, Mike, 470, 502, 504–506, 509
Humboldt, Alexander von, 65, 547
humor, 17, 364, 377–390, 404, 511
Husserl, Edmund, 276–277, 292, 302
Hutchings, Kevin, 62, 70
ideology, 80–81, 161, 208, 211–212, 215, 299, 368, 416, 492, 538, 543
and film criticism, 464–466, 468–470, 472
critique of, 161, 167, 228, 363, 387–388
If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things (McGregor), 426–429, 431
Imanishi, Kinji, 229, 231–232, 237n14
imperialism, 7, 15, 70, 80–95, 214, 329, 348, 409, 414, 562
ecological, 81, 323–324, 397
In the Palm of Darkness (Montero), 348, 350–351
India, 4, 7, 21, 210, 219, 326, 349
and ecocriticism, 210, 219, 222–223, 527–535
colonial representation of, 80–93
indigenous ecological wisdom, 172
indigenous peoples, 9, 73, 80, 172–186, 218, 281–282, 324, 329, 345–346, 348–350, 355n4, 419, 529
writing for children by 418
political movements of, 11, 172–173, 175, 178, 182
Ingram, David, 480–481, 483
interpellation, 464–465
intra-action, 151, 164, 189, 193, 252
IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change), 163, 219, 507, 509
Iser, Wolfgang, 293, 553
James, William, 108, 110, 444–446, 448, 451–452, 456nn2,4,7
Jameson, Frederic, 155–156
Japan, 21, 229, 330
ecocriticism in, 519–525
Jaws: The Revenge (film), 468–470
Jim Crow (racial segregation laws), 118–119, 121, 123–125, 127, 130, 563
Johnson, Shelton, 562–563
JPod (Coupland), 155–156, 161, 165, 167–168
Kac, Edouardo, 140–141, 145
Kadir, Djelal, 327
Kant, Immanuel, 68, 162
Katrina, 383, 507
Keith Thomas, 52, 58, 411
Kempe, Margery, 29
Kerridge, Richard, 12, 16–17, 19–20, 22, 421, 424, 430, 432–433, 506, 511
Kingsolver, Barbara, 403–405
Kipling, Rudyard, 81–85, 87, 89–95, 409, 415
Kiser, Lisa, 29
Kittler, Friedrich, 496–497
Kolbert, Elizabeth, 403, 487
Kolodny, Annette, 11, 185
Kroeber, Karl, 62, 67, 69
Krutch, Joseph Wood, 392–394
Labat, Père, 342–343, 346–347
Lacan, Jacques, 9, 296, 300, 459
critique of, 464–467, 470–472
Laclau, Ernesto, 166
Laland, Kevin N., 228, 231–233
Lanchester, John, 364–365, 367, 433
Langland, William, 28
Latour, Bruno, 9–12, 21, 103, 108, 114n24, 163–164, 188–189, 191, 196, 211, 221n9, 325; see also science studies
Lawrence, D.H., 100, 108–110, 225, 348, 384
Leopold, Aldo, 102, 341, 391, 399–401
Levertov, Denise, 292
Lewis, Wyndham, 99
(p. 573) Lewontin, Richard, 238n26, 253
Limbaugh, Rush, 496
'Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey' (Wordsworth), 72
'Lines Written in Early Spring' (Wordsworth), 63, 68
Linnaeus, 243, 324
London, Jack, 246–247, 249–250, 254
Lopez, Barry, 393, 411–413, 520
Love, Glen, 114n24, 236n9, 363
Lovelock, James, 70, 369–370, 372
Luther, Martin, 53, 55
Lykke, Nina, 188, 193
Lynas, Mark, 362
Lyon, Thomas J., 393–394, 396, 402
Machinal, Hélène, 431
Macleod, Alistair, 250–251
Mao, Douglas, 100, 106–107
Marcus, Greil, 481
Margolis, Joseph, 460
Margulis, Lynn, 144–145, 307, 317n2
Martin, James Ranald, 83, 86, 88
Marx, Karl, 156, 158–160, 167, 181
Marxism, 156, 210, 221n9, 242, 321, 371, 459, 464, 467, 542
masculinity, 89, 91–92, 120–121
Mbembe, Achille, 236
McCarthy, Cormac, 206, 373–374
McEwan, Ian, 18, 206, 242, 373, 424, 431–433
McFarland, Sarah, 462–463
McGonigal, Jane, 499
McGowan, Todd, 459, 465–467
McGregor, John, 18, 426–427
McIlvanney, Liam, 425
McKay, Don, 145
McKibben, Bill, 362, 366, 395–396, 428, 492–494
McKusick, James, 62, 74
McLuhan, Marshall, 490–492, 496
Meeker, Joseph, 383
men of 1914, 7, 98
Merleau-Ponty, Maurice, 105, 107–108, 276, 280–281, 284–285, 292, 366
Meyer, Steven, 110
Michelet, Jules, 440–442, 449–451
Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare), 44–46, 58
Miklòsi, Adam, 247–248, 253, 255, 258
militarism, 177, 320, 322, 325, 327–334
Miller, Richard W., 460–461
modernism, 98–109, 111–112, 297, 368–370, 373, 481
African American, 119, 123, 128–130
modernist ecology, 101, 105–106, 108–110
'Mole in the Ground' (song), 479–480, 482
monk seal, Caribbean, 341–343, 354
Monroe, Harriet, 98–101, 103, 112
Montero, Mayra, 348, 350–352, 355n8
Morton, Timothy, 13–14, 17–19, 62, 65, 67, 70, 103, 113n22, 135–138, 144, 147–148, 165, 207, 255, 287–288, 367, 373, 396, 483
Mouffe, Chantal, 166, 170
Muffet, Thomas, 46, 52
Muir, John, 98, 103, 112n3, 413, 476, 520
and race, 119–122, 124, 126
multinaturalism, 12
multiple chemical sensitivity, 202
Murphy, Patrick, 335, 394, 425
NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), 118
Naess, Arne, 29, 37, 103
NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement), 173, 178
Nagasaki (nuclear attack), 330–332
Naipaul, V.S., 348–350, 352
narrative, 18, 27, 68, 91–92, 130, 167, 201, 208, 211, 216, 218, 227, 253, 264, 266, 305, 309, 311, 346, 352, 375, 400, 411, 413, 462–467, 532–533
ecocritical theory of, 106–107, 139, 205, 207, 349–350, 368–373, 424, 426–431, 503–513
of decline, 20, 48, 283
of progress, 89, 193, 195, 247, 321, 325, 430, 512–513
scholarship, 8, 22, 543
naturalization, 21, 103, 288, 306, 330, 334, 467–468
nature, end of, 391, 395, 428; see McKibben, Bill
negative ecopoetics, 110
neoliberalism, 160, 178, 311, 321, 323, 327, 329
neopastoral, 64, 69–70, 110–111; see also post-pastoral
Nicolar, Joseph, 11, 185
Ning, Wang, 539, 544
Nixon, Rob, 168, 172, 176–177, 179, 181, 226, 321, 323, 328, 338, 352
No Future (Edelman), 15, 308
‘No Ordinary Sun’ (Tuwhare), 330
Nordhaus, Ted, 398, 506, 510–512
Nouvian, Claire, 199–200
O’Brien, Susie, 323, 326
Oates, Joyce Carol, 380
Ober, Frederick, 347
object oriented ontology, 292
ocean conservation, 191–194, 196, 198
Ocean Roads (George), 331–334
Odum, Eugene, 329
Oerlemans, Onno, 62, 66, 70–71
Oken, Lorenz, 67
Old Weird America, 481, 485
old-time music, 477–485
Olson, Charles, 442, 451
Olson, Ted, 476
'Only a Subaltern' (Kipling), 84, 90–91
On Religion (Schleiermacher), 72–73
Oppermann, Serpil, 137, 424–425
Origin of Species (Darwin), 139, 226, 294, 411
Oroonoko (Behn), 345
Our National Parks (Muir), 120–121
outbreak narratives, 83, 89
Outka, Paul, 121–122, 130n1
Pacific Islands, 329–330
palliative imperialism, 82, 85, 89, 94
pastoral, 40, 61, 115, 122, 127–128, 158, 378, 384, 394–395, 417, 530, 551
critiques of 43, 44, 69, 397, 417, 434–437; see also post-pastoral
pataphysics, 133–135, 137, 139, 142, 146–148
Pater, Walter, 107
Paul E. More, 392
Pearce, Fred, 344, 503, 508–510, 514
Peiffer, Katrina Schimmoeller, 383
Peirce, Charles Sanders, 133, 260–261, 265–266, 466; see semiotics
PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), 245
phenomenology, vi, 14–15, 22, 72, 105, 107, 262, 268, 276–290, 296, 298, 302, 441, 492, 498, 547, 554–555, 558, 560–561
Pickering, Andrew, 189, 195, 211–212, 217
Plumwood, Val, 233–234, 339, 366
poetics, 14, 71, 103, 264, 268, 287, 372, 441–442, 451, 530, 540, 553; see also cognitive poetics; ecopoetics; poetry, lyric;
eco-formalist 18, 102, 369, 442–443, 447, 481,
pataphysical 133–148, 149n28
poetry, lyric, 370, 373, 442, 444, 447, 451, 457
Polanyi, Karl, 159
politicization, 156–157, 303
Politics of Nature (Latour), 10, 46–49, 137
Pollan, Michael, 247, 403
Ponting, Clive, 245
population pressure (human), 15, 22, 83, 181, 212, 278, 309, 345, 350, 527
post-pastoral, 69, 76, 115, 131, 435, 437n16
postcolonial ecocriticism, 81, 320–324, 341–354, 530–533, 560–565
postequilibrium ecology, 7, 15, 65, 466; see also Botkin, Daniel; Pyne, Stephen
posthumanism, 13, 14, 17, 20, 105, 109, 147–148, 200, 235, 255, 306, 314, 397
definitions of, 225–227, 235n6
postmodernism, 10, 14, 162, 165, 167, 189, 208, 296, 398, 537–539, 541, 553; see also ecocriticism, postmodern
Potter, Beatrix, 409–411
Pound, Ezra, 98, 102
Pratt, Mary Louise, 324
preafference, 449
Price, Jenny, 397, 402
Protestantism, 41–42, 49, 51–53, 55–56, 72
psychoanalysis, 296, 364, 459, 461, 464–465, 467, 470–472
Pyne, Stephen, 314–315
race, 7, 16, 60, 67, 101, 118–130, 143, 179, 186, 188, 320–321, 562–563
colonialism and 88, 94,
in Tolkien 299
Rees, Martin, 27–28
relativism, 2, 10, 163–164, 466–467, 473
Renaissance, 30, 40–58, 61, 69, 298, 442; see also animals, Renaissance
Harlem 127–128
Rex, Michael A., 192
Rigby, Kate, 106, 112nn5,21,23, 548, 551
risk society, 158, 161, 169; see Beck, Ulrich
Ritter, J.W., 66
Robertson, Lisa, 135
Robisch, S.K., 246, 249–250
romanticism, 1, 17–18, 40–41, 60–75, 99, 101, 105, 112n5, 119–121, 125, 216, 283, 393, 395–396, 399, 451, 524; see also animals and romanticism; German romanticism; romantic ecology;
as response to Enlightenment 43, 65, 107–111,
romantic ecology, 5, 17, 62, 65, 106, 297
Roosevelt, Theodor, 119–120, 124, 127, 195–196
Rose, Stephen, 242
Ross, Andrew, 180, 436n6, 496
Roy, Arundhati, 101, 379, 527, 531–533
Rozelle, Lee, 498–499
RSPCA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), 245
Rule, Jane, 306, 311–313, 315–316
Ryan, Ray, 425
S*PeRM**K*T (Mullen), 140, 142–143
Sandilands, Catriona, 14–15, 110–111, 168n10, 366, 368
Sankhala, Kailash, 531–532
Santner, Eric, 552
satire, 73, 386, 388, 432–434
satisficing, 293, 302n8
Saunders, Paul, 105–107
Schelling, F.W.J., 67–68
Schlegel, Friedrich, 61, 67
Schleiermacher, Friedrich, 72–73
Schneider, Richard, 249, 257n8
Schulze, Robin, 109
science fiction, 68, 369, 372, 488, 512
science studies, 9, 11–13, 105, 108, 110, 163–165, 208, 211; see also feminism and science studies
scientification, 20, 47
scientism, 208, 217, 220, 276, 278
Sebald, W.G., 552, 564
Sebeok, Thomas, 132–133, 260–261, 264; see biosemiotics
Seidl, 403–404
Seuss, Dr., 416–417
Sewell, Anna, 409, 412
Seymour, Nicole, 309, 363–365, 367
Shakespeare, Williams, 41–42, 44–46, 56, 295, 378, 495
Shellenberger, Michael, 398, 506, 510–513
Shelley, Percy, 66
Shiva, Vandana, 326, 531–533
Shuyuan, Lu, 539–542
Siewers, Alfred, 29
Silent Spring (Carson), 27, 134, 156–158, 323, 327, 400, 412
Silko, Leslie Marmon, 172–187
Simon, Bart, 226
Singer, Peter, 52, 58, 244–245
Sinha, Indra, 166–167, 531
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (anon.), 27, 33, 35–37
Slovic, Scott, 21, 363, 397, 401, 433, 520, 533–534, 539, 543
slow violence, 126, 168, 176–177, 179, 181, 183–184, 328, 352, 354; see Nixon, Rob
Snyder, Gary, 9, 103, 283, 286–287, 383, 520–521, 523
social ecology, 427, 530
Solar (McEwan), 18, 206, 373, 426, 431–434
Solnit, Rebecca, 475–476
Soper, Kate, 7–8, 75, 466–467
Spiegelman, Sol, 295
Spinoza, Baruch, 64
Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty, 125, 323, 326–327, 331, 334
(p. 576) Sprackland, Jean, 374–375
St. Francis, 29
Stables, Andrew, 268
Stegner, Wallace, 416
Steingraber, Sandra, 17, 161, 402–404
Stevens, Wallace, 102–103, 442, 450, 455, 495
Stiegler, Bernard, 496–497
Strands (Strackland), 374–375
sublime, 48, 130, 144, 206, 375, 562–563
Kantian 124–127
Sullivan, Heather, 68, 548
surveillance, 2, 163, 334
Swampy, 1, 24
symbiosis, 8, 43, 52, 194, 248, 301, 355n5, 367, 500, 542, 553
transgenic, 135, 137–138, 141, 144–145, 148
Tagore, Rabindranath, 530
Tarlo, Harriet, 369, 373
technogenesis, 494
technoscience, 103, 108, 169, 190
The Call of the Wild (London), 249–250, 258
'The Daughter of the Regiment' (Kipling), 84, 90
The Day After Tomorrow (film), 504–505, 513
The Deep: Extraordinary Creatures of the Abyss (Nouvian), 199–201
The Ecological Thought (Morton), 65, 137, 144, 147, 255
The Hungry Tide (Ghosh), 205, 210–212, 215, 217–219, 221–224, 532, 535
The Last Generation (Pearce), 503, 508–509
The Live Earth Global Warming Survival Handbook (Greenpeace), 503, 510–511
The Lorax (Suess), 416–417, 419
The Lord of the Rings (Tolkein), 296, 299, 303
The Natural History and Antiquities of Selbourne (White), 65
theriomorphism, 46; see also zoomorphism
The Road (McCarthy), 206, 373–374, 403–404
The Secret Garden (Burnett), 409–410, 414, 416
The Simpsons Movie (film), 463, 469
The Spell of the Sensuous (Abram), 280–283, 302, 366
‘The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes’ (Kipling), 84, 92
The Tale of Peter Rabbit (Potter), 409–412
The Tempest (Shakespeare), 55
The Well of Loneliness (Hall), 110–111
The Wind in the Willows (Grahame), 409, 416–417
The Xenotext Experiment (Bök), 135, 140–141, 144–145
Thoreau, Henry David, 98, 382–384, 391–393, 397, 399–401, 413, 441-443, 450–452, 520, 522, 538
Tiffin, Helen, 328, 397, 528, 531
Tilt, Edward John, 83, 85–87
tinai, 529–530
Titus Andronicus (Shakespeare), 57
Toadvine, Ted, 278, 284–285
Tolkien. J.R.R., 14, 29, 33, 36, 38–39, 296–299, 303
Tononi, Guilio, 445
trans-corporeality, 190, 402
Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt, 326
Tuwhare, Honi, 330–331
Twain, Mark, 380, 382, 384–385, 388–389, 410
Twelfth Night (Shakespeare), 52–53
Twining, William, 83, 87
UDRME (Universal Declaration of the Rights of Mother Earth), 172, 175, 178, 180–182, 184
Uexküll, Jakob von, 132–133, 253, 261, 267, 300, 495; see also biosemiotics
unconscious, the 67–68, 295, 471, 483
UNDRIP (Universal Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples), 172, 175, 178
Unenlightenment, 492
Varela, Francisco, 110, 448–451
vegetarianism, 52–54
Venter, Craig, 195–196, 201, 225, 234
Villard, Oswald Garrison, 129–130
Virilio, Paul, 330, 498
vitalism, 56
Vogel, Steven, 160–161
Voros, Gyorgi, 103–104, 106
(p. 577) Wald, Priscilla, 83
Walden (Thoreau), 322, 382–383, 399, 401, 441, 443
Wallace, Jeff, 108–109
Wallace, Jennifer, 1
Wallace, Kathleen, 396, 425
Warner, Michael, 305, 310
Watership Down (Adams), 409, 411
We Have Never Been Modern (Latour), 182, 208–209, 213–214
Welling, Bart, 198
Westling, Louise, 107–108
Wheeler, Wendy, 133, 264, 367
White Fang (London), 246
White, Lynn, 5–6, 28, 33, 35
Whitman, Walt, 225, 235n4, 388, 451, 454–455, 458
Wilde, Oscar, 107
wilderness, 1, 3, 43, 111, 189, 193, 195, 252, 299, 302, 321, 384, 403, 434, 549,
fetishization of, 73, 160, 325, 374, 395, 398,
preservation, 98–99, 119–122, 388, 414, 476
Williams, Raymond, 9, 64, 69, 160, 229–230, 395, 416
Williams, William Carlos, 99
Wilson, E.O., 233, 238n22, 242
Wither, George, 54
Wolfe, Cary, 145, 227, 464
Woodstock (cartoon character), 293
Woolf, Virginia, 99–100, 107–109
Wordsworth, William, 60, 70
World Ocean Census: A Global Survey of Marine Life (Crist et al), 197, 200–201
Worster, Donald, 329
Zapatista movement, 178, 184, 418
Zapf, Hubert, 369, 549, 553–554
Žižek, Slavoj, 155–156, 167, 365, 367, 459, 465–467, 470, 472
zoomorphism, 253–254, 257–258
racial 125