This special double-issue of Australian Humanities Review comprises
three extensive components:
Reviews: There are five new reviews in this
Ecopoetics and the Ecological Humanities in Australia.
New Urgencies, edited
by Nicole Moore and Michelle Arrow, presents four new essays that identify
and engage with pressing questions in Australian culture and history.
The essays originated in a one-day symposium on "New Urgencies in Australian Studies" in
2005, with contributions from Carole Ferrier, Victoria
Simpson and Michele Grossman.
Anne Galligan writes "Popular Fiction / Literary Fiction / Popular
Fusions: a review of Ken Gelder's Popular Fiction:
The Logics and Practices of the Literary Field
David Carter's Dispossession, Dreams and Diversity:
Issues in Australian Studies is reviewed by Georgine Clarsen
In "Negotiating the Creative and the Critical" Peta
Mitchell reviews Paul Dawson's Creative Writing and the New Humanities
Benjamin Miller reviews Maria Nugent's Botany Bay: Where
God's Willing Workers: Women and Religion in Australia by
Anne O'Brien is reviewed by Jane Carey.
The Eco Humanities
This edition of Eco humanities, edited by Deborah Rose is titled
Ecopoetics and the Ecological Humanities
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