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    Title: Toxic Objects, Slow Violence, and the Ethics of Trans-Corporeality in Chi Wen-Chang’s The Poisoned Sky
    Authors: Robin Chen-Hsing Tsai
    Date: 2016-06
    Issue Date: 2016-10-12 02:17:11 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
    Abstract: TOC
    Introduction - Chia-ju Chang and Scott Slovic
    Section One: Island Identities, Eco-postcolonial Historiography, and Alter(native) Strategies
    Going Back into a Future of Simplicity: Taiwan Aborigines’ Sustainable Utilization of Natural resources - Ming-tu Yang
    (W)ri(gh)ting Climate Change in Neqou Soqluman’s Work - Hsinya Huang
    Taiwanese Mountain and River Literature from a Postcolonial Perspective - Peter I-min Huang
    Taiwan Is A Whale: The Emerging Oneness of Dark Blue and Human Identity in Chia-Hsiang Wang’s Historical Fiction - Shu-fen Tsai
    Agrarian Origin Stories, National Imaginaries, and the Ironies of Modern Environmentalism: On Chi-Po Lin’s Beyond Beauty: Taiwan from Above - Hannes Bergthaller
    Section Two: Slow Violence, Creative Activism, and Environmental Movements
    Toxic Objects, Slow Violence, and the Ethics of Trans-Corporeality in Chi Wen-Chang’s The Poisoned Sky - Robin Chen-hsing Tsai
    Imagining the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and Spectacles of Environmental Disaster: Environmental Entanglement and Literary Engagement in Wu Ming-Yi’s The Man with the Compound Eyes - Rose Hsui-li Juan
    If Nature Had a Voice: A Material-Oriented Environmental Reading of The Man with the Compound Eyes - Kathryn Yalan Chang
    Imagining Catastrophe: Nuclear Issues in postwar Taiwan Literature - Hueichu Chu
    Pre-texts for Tree-texts, W.S. Merwin and the Trees of Taiwan - Iris Ralph
    Revisiting Resistance: Urban Foraging, Public Markets, and New Organic Landscape - Serena Shiuhhuah Chou
    Section Three: Animal Fiction, Avant-garde Art, and Posthumanist Ecoaesthetics
    What’s in a Plant?: The Transcorporeality in Yucca Invest Trading Plant - Iping Liang
    Becoming-Animal: Liu Kexiang’s Writing Apprenticeship On Birds - Yu-lin Lee
    Aesthetic Configurations and Qualia in Environmental Consciousness in Contemporary Taiwanese Poetry and Installation Art - Dean Anthony Brink
    Utopia in Theatre: Mulian Rescues Mother Earth - Joy Shih-yi Huang
    Relation: Ecocriticism in Taiwan ,Page67-77
    Appears in Collections:[英文學系暨研究所] 專書之單篇

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