Materiale didattico anno accademico 2016-2017

Climate Change Fiction, English Literature I and II, MA course 2016-2017 DEFINITIVO
Timetable English Literature, BA and MA courses 2016-2017
Lawrence Buell, The Ecocritical Insurgency, 1999.pdf
Karen L. Kilcup, Fresh Leaves. Practicing Environmental Criticism, 2009.pdf
Adam Trexler and Adeline Johns‐Putra, Climate Change in Literature and Literary Criticism, 2011.pdf
Adeline Johns-Putra, A New Critical Climate, 2013.pdf
Adeline Johns-Putra, Environmental Care Ethics, 2013.pdf
Gerry Canavan and Kim Stanley Robinson, Green Planets, 2014.pdf
Adeline Johns‐Putra, Climate Change in Literature and Literary Criticism, 2016.pdf
Mary Shelley, The Last Man, 1826, Vol. 1.pdf
Mary Shelley, The Last Man, 1826, Vol. 2.pdf
Mary Shelley, The Last Man, 1826, Vol. 3.pdf
Charlotte Sussman, 'Islanded in the World', 2003.pdf
Lauren Cameron, Mary Shelley's Malthusian Objections, 2012.pdf
Richard Jefferies, After London; Or, Wild England, 1885.pdf
Beatrice Battaglia, Richard Jefferies, After London, 2000.pdf
Bill Luckin, 'The Heart and Home of Horror', 2003.pdf
J. G. Ballard, The Drowned World, 1962.pdf
Rob Latham, Biotic Invasions, 2007.pdf
Maggie Gee, The Ice People, 1998.pdf
Adeline Johns Putra, Care, Gender, and the Climate-Changed Future, 2014.pdf
Jeanette Winterson, The Stone Gods, 2007.pdf
Luna Dolezal, The Body, Gender, and Sexuality, 2015.pdf
Zekiye Antakyalıoğlu, Jeanette Winterson’s The Stone Gods, 2012.pdf
David Mitchell, The Bone Clocks, 2014.pdf
David Ignatius, The moral issue of climate change, The Washington Post 2014.pdf
Steven Poole, David Mitchell 'I've been calling The Bone Clocks, The Guardian 2014.pdf