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    • Ecological humanities

    • The ecological humanities (also environmental humanities) is an interdisciplinary area of research, drawing on the many environmental sub-disciplines that have emerged in the humanities over the past several decades (in particular environmental literature, environmental philosophy, environmental history and environment ... Read »


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    • Ecological anthropology

    • Ecological anthropology is a sub-field of anthropology and is defined as the “study of cultural adaptations to environments”. The sub-field is also defined as, "the study of relationships between a population of humans and their biophysical environment". The focus of its research concerns “how cultural b ... Read »


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    • Environmental anthropology

    • Environmental anthropology is a sub-specialty within the field of anthropology that takes an active role in examining the relationships between humans and their environment across space and time. The sixties was a breakthrough decade for environmental anthropology, with functionalism and system theories prevalent ... Read »


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    • Anthrozoology

    • Anthrozoology (also known as human–non-human-animal studies, or HAS) is the subset of ethnobiology that deals with interactions between humans and other animals. It is an interdisciplinary field that overlaps with other disciplines including anthropology, ethnology, medicine, psychology, veterinary medicine and zo ... Read »


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    • Environmental communication

    • Environmental communication refers to the study and practice of how individuals, institutions, societies, and cultures craft, distribute, receive, understand, and use messages about the environment and human interactions with the environment. This includes a wide range of possible interactions, from interpersonal commu ... Read »


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    • Cultural ecology

    • Cultural ecology is the study of human adaptations to social and physical environments. Human adaptation refers to both biological and cultural processes that enable a population to survive and reproduce within a given or changing environment. This may be carried out diachronically (examining entities that existed in d ... Read »


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    • Ecocriticism

    • Ecocriticism is the study of literature and the environment from an interdisciplinary point of view, where literature scholars analyze texts that illustrate environmental concerns and examine the various ways literature treats the subject of nature. Some ecocritics brainstorm possible solutions for the correction of th ... Read »


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    • Ecolinguistics

    • Ecolinguistics, or Ecological Linguistics, emerged in the 1990s as a new paradigm of linguistic research, one which took into account not only the social context in which language is embedded, but also the ecological contexts in which societies are embedded. Michael Halliday's 1990 paper New ways of Meaning: the challe ... Read »


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    • Ecopoetry

    • Ecopoetry is poetry with a strong ecological emphasis or message. Many poets, poems and books of poems have expressed ecological concerns; but only recently has the term ecopoetry gained use. There is now, in English-speaking poetry, a recognisable subgenre of ecopoetry. Prior to the term, a number of poems had ecolog ... Read »


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    • Ecosemiotics

    • Ecosemiotics is a branch of semiotics in its intersection with human ecology that studies the sign relations established by culture, which deal with other living beings, communities, and landscapes. The field was initiated by Winfried Nöth and Kalevi Kull. ... Read »


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    • Edgelands

    • Edgelands are the transitional, liminal areas of space to be found on the boundaries of country and town - with the spread of urbanisation, an increasingly important facet of the twenty-first century world. The concept of Edgelands was introduced by Marion Shoard in 2002, to cover the disorganised but often fertil ... Read »


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    • Ethnoecology

    • Ethnoecology is the scientific study of how different groups of people living in different locations understand the ecosystems around them, and their relationships with surrounding environments. It seeks valid, reliable understanding of how we as humans have interacted with the environment and how these intricate rela ... Read »


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    • Geocriticism

    • Geocriticism is a method of literary analysis and literary theory that incorporates the study of geographic space. The term designates a number of different critical practices. In France, Bertrand Westphal has elaborated the concept of géocritique in several works. In the United States, Robert Tally has argued for a ... Read »


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    • Environmental journalism

    • Environmental journalism is the collection, verification, production, distribution and exhibition of information regarding current events, trends, issues and people that are associated with the non-human world with which humans necessarily interact. To be an environmental journalist, one must have an understanding of s ... Read »


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    • Nature writing

    • Nature writing is nonfiction or fiction prose or poetry about the natural environment. Nature writing encompasses a wide variety of works, ranging from those that place primary emphasis on natural history facts (such as field guides) to those in which philosophical interpretation predominate. It includes natural histor ... Read »


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    • Ashton Nichols

    • Ashton Nichols is the current Walter E. Beach ’56 Distinguished Chair in Sustainable Studies and Professor of English Language and Literature at Dickinson College. His interests are in literature, contemporary ecocriticism, Romanticism, and nature writing. Nichols teaches courses in Romanticism, 19th century liter ... Read »


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    • The Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture

    • The Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture (SPWC) was a Toronto arts organization in existence from 1986 to 1991 that explored environmental and ecological issues from an artistic perspective in a "quirky and innovative" way. The SPWC was best known for three programs: a literary magazine, The Journal of Wild Cul ... Read »


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    • Traditional ecological knowledge

    • Traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) describes aboriginal, indigenous, or other forms of traditional knowledges regarding sustainability of local resources. TEK refers to "a cumulative body of knowledge, belief, and practice, evolving by accumulation of TEK and handed down through generations through traditional song ... Read »


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    • Transparent eyeball

    • The transparent eyeball is a philosophical metaphor originated by Ralph Waldo Emerson. The transparent eyeball is a representation of an eye that is absorbent rather than reflective, and therefore takes in all that nature has to offer. Emerson intends that the individual become one with nature, and the transparent eyeb ... Read »


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    • Bertrand Westphal

    • Bertrand Westphal

      Bertrand Westphal is a French scholar and essayist born on May 10, 1962 in Strasbourg, France. Westphal, a professor of comparative literature and literary theory, has been teaching at the University of Limoges since 1998. He has been directing the « Human Spaces and Cultural Interactions » research te ... Read »


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