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Nordic Narratives of Nature and the Environment NR

Nordic Narratives of Nature and the Environment

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About the Book
Many contemporary environmental risks and global environmental changes occurring today are unprecedented in the history of human life on earth. However, the images and narratives through which humans relate to these phenomena are built on existing cultural tropes and narrative models. Cultural, social, and historical contexts strongly influence how we construct images and narratives of nature and the environment. It is therefore highly important to study such narratives in works of literature, film, and other forms of cultural expression in relation to the specific circumstances from which they arise. Nordic Narratives of Nature and the Environment is the first English language anthology that presents ecocritical research on northern European literatures and cultures. The contributors examine specifically Nordic narratives of nature and the environment, with a focus on the cultures and literatures of the modern northern European countries Denmark, Finland, Norway, and Sweden, including Sápmi, which is the land traditionally inhabited by the indigenous Sami people. Covering northern European literatures and cultures over a period of more than two centuries, this anthology provides substantial insights into both old and new narratives of nature and the environment as well as intertextual relations, the variety of cultural traditions, and current discourses connected to the Nordic environmental imagination. Case studies relating to works of literature, film, and other media shed new light on the role of culture, history and society in the formation of narratives of nature and the environment, and offer a comprehensive and multi-faceted overview of the most recent ecocritical research in Scandinavian studies.
About the Author: Reinhard Hennig is associate professor of Nordic literature at the University of Agder. Anna-Karin Jonasson is junior lecturer in the Department of Humanities at Mid Sweden University and PhD candidate at Åbo Akademi University. Peter Degerman is senior lecturer of comparative literature, Mid Sweden University.
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9781498561921
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publisher Imprint: Lexington Books
Height: 229 mm
No of Pages: 258
Series Title: Ecocritical Theory and Practice
Weight: 386 gr
ISBN-10: 1498561926
Publisher Date: 15 Jul 2020
Binding: Paperback
Language: English
Returnable: Y
Spine Width: 15 mm
Width: 152 mm
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