The Journal of Contemporary Thought
Winter Issue - 20




Locating Literature: Geography, History, Ecology

- Alan Johnson


Out of Place: The Ecopoetics of Dislocation

- Jenny Morse


Artists in Search of Themselves:

Stendhal and D.H. Lawrence in Italy

- Naveed Rehan


Representing the Natural Space in Pre-Revolutionary

America: An Ecocritical Understanding of John Bartram

- Li-Ru Lu


An Ecocritical Reading of Margaret Atwood's Surfacing

- Ambika Bhalla


Postcolonial Identities: The Fragmented Self in

Hisham Matar's In the Country of Men

- Dahood El-Oqla


Failed Thirdspaces and the Search for Home in Michael Cunningham's

A Home at the End of the World

- Daniel Shank Cruz


Impenetrable Mental Spaces: Flawed Perception in Paradise Lost,

the Nibelungenlied, Macbeth and Catch-22

- Shawn Boyd


Calvinist Rhetoric in Robinson Crusoe's

Earthenware Episode

- Ryan Topper


Landscape, Environmental In/Justice, and the Dilemma of Nationalism

in Chatterji's Anandamath and Mistry's A Fine Balance

- Kimberly N. Madsen


"Always Better, Less Rude, to Talk about Things

That Were the Same": The Necessity of Otherness

to a Functioning Public Sphere

- Valerie Ann Surrett


Fakir Mohan Senapati's Six Acres and a Third"

Towards a Bio-Political Literature

- Jyotirmaya Tripathy


   Notes on Contributors