5 edition of Postmodern wetlands found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 248-264) and index.
|Statement||Rodney James Giblett.|
|LC Classifications||GB622 .G53 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 268 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||97113104|
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Postmodern Wetlands explores the representation of wetlands (swamps, marshes, etc.) in western culture. For many, wetlands are a place of Postmodern wetlands book and horror often associated with the melancholy and the monstrous; in short, they are 'black waters'. Yet, ecologically, wetlands are vitally important for human and other life on earth: they are Postmodern wetlands book waters.5/5(1).
out of 5 stars postmodern wetlands: culture, history, ecology Reviewed in the United States on May 2, In this book, the author argues that the wetland has been poorly understood and little apreciated in traditional western by: Get this from a library.
Postmodern wetlands: culture, history, ecology. [Rodney James Giblett] -- Postmodern Wetlands explores the representation of wetlands (swamps, marshes, etc.) in western culture.
For many, wetlands are a place of disease and horror often associated with the melancholy and. In this book, the author argues that the wetland has been poorly understood and little apreciated in traditional western culture.
He follows this well sourced piont with a common argument of late for critics of western culture: we have projected our ignorant fears and prejudice onto a now degraded natural resource/5. The swamp is considered from a cross-disciplinary standpoint. It explores the representation of wetlands (swamps, marshes etc) in western culture.
Drawing on a wide range of disciplines and methodologies, the book analyses wetlands in relation to aesthetics and philosophy, cities and human psychology, mythology and narrative and medical, military, social and conservation Cited by: Postmodern Wetlands. Book Description: Rod Giblett examines the swamp from a cross-disciplinary standpoint.
eISBN: Subjects: Environmental Science × Close Overlay. Table of Contents. YOUR INSTITUTION DOES NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THIS BOOK. He is the author of Beckett and Badious: The Pathos of Intermittenccy (Oxford University Press, ), James Joyce: A Critical Life (Reaktion, ) and Towards a Postmodern Theory of Narrative (EUP, ).
I first discussed Beowulf in Postmodern Wetlands. In an early draft of this book I also discussed the Dead Marshes, but this was later cut for reasons of length, and lost. Placing the Dead Marshes in close context with Beowulf and my work on the First World War has enabled me to produce a richer reading of Tolkien’s by: 3.
This series openly and vigorously confronts the central questions and issues in postmodern culture, and proposes a set of refigurations of the modern in all its forms: aesthetic and political, cultural and social, material and popular.
We’re not currently seeking proposals for this series, but please feel free to get in touch with the Liteary Studies. Courtesy of State Library of Louisiana. Bayou in Louisiana in the s. Unidentified. W hile swamps are fairly common throughout the South, their representation in Louisiana has been somewhat unique.
In southern culture, Postmodern wetlands book are often represented as dangerous places, providing homes for deadly creatures. Book Review: Rod Giblett. Postmodern Wetlands: Culture, History, Ecology Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, Pp. xiv, Rawitawan (Pulam) Sophonpanich University of Hawai’i at Manoa Email: [email protected] In recent years, studies on wetlands have flourished worldwide.
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Painted in broad strokes, the theme ofthe book is the misplaced. Vol Issue 1, March ISSN: (Print) with particular reference to catchment vegetation and the influence of dissolved organic carbon primarily from wetlands. A cultural history of wetlands Giblett, Rod. Postmodern wetlands; Culture, history, ecology.
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Wetlands - swamp, marsh, bayou, tundra and bog - are places that are rarely visited and often misunderstood but they have, in fact, conspicuous roles in the physical, biological and cultural geography of the world. They are intrinsically beautiful environments where one may see the natural Pages: stars.
The authors conclusions saved this book; almost to the point of 3 stars. I think if I reread this now, knowing the point, I would get a lot more out of it.
Nature Cure didnt seem to have any real theme until the very end. If the conclusion had been laid out in the beginning I would have better understood where all these stories were /5.
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