you are cordially invited to the next session of the DIJ Environmental Humanities Lecture Series, organized by Barbara Geilhorn.
May 25 (Wed), 2022, 10:30h JST (NOT 18:30)
Cultural Specificity & Planetary Thinking: Reading Ishimure Michiko's Final Work
Christine L. Marran is Professor of Japanese Cultural Studies at the University of Minnesota where she is also Co-Convener of the Environmental Humanities Initiative. Selected works regarding ecocriticism include Ecology Without Culture: Aesthetics for a Toxic Age (University of Minnesota Press, 2017), “Planetarity,” boundary 2 (2019); “Literature Without Us,” in Ishimure Michiko’s Writing in Ecocritical Perspective: Between Sea and Sky (Lexington Books, 2015); “The Domestic Turn in Ecocritical Writing: Ariyoshi Sawako’s Cumulative Pollution,” Poetica (2013); “Animal Stranger in a Tokyo Canal" in Japan at Nature’s Edge: The Environmental Context of a Global Power (2013); “The Nature of Contamination: From Minamata to Fukushima,” Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus (2011).
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