Nature, Culture and Literature: Rodopi book series

The book series Nature, Culture and Literature is published by Rodopi, part of Brill Publishers.

It is dedicated to publications approaching literature and other aspects of culture from an ecological perspective. While the main focus of the series is on literature (literary history, textual analysis, literary theory and comparative studies), it also includes contributions on related areas of enquiry such as art, film and other cultural media, cultural theory and philosophy, cultural history and geography as related areas of enquiry.

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General Editors

  • Hubert van den Berg (Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu)
  • Axel Goodbody (University of Bath)
  • Marcel Wissenburg (University of Nijmegen)

So far, the following volumes have appeared:

  1. Thomas M. Wilson, The Recurrent Green Universe of John Fowles (2006)
  2. Gerry Smyth, Jo Croft (eds), Our House: The Representation of Domestic Space in Modern Culture (2006)
  3. Catrin Gersdorf, Sylvia Mayer (eds), Nature in Literary and Cultural Studies (2006)
  4. CA. Cranston, Robert Zeller (eds), The Littoral Zone: Australian Contexts and their Writers (2007)
  5. Fiona Becket, Terry Gifford (eds), Culture, Creativity and Environment: New Environmentalist Criticism (2007)
  6. John Parham, Green Man Hopkins: Poetry and the Victorian Ecological Imagination (2010)
  7. David Ingram, The Jukebox in the Garden (2010)
  8. Etienne Terblanche, e.e.cummings: poetry and ecology (2012)
  9. Roman Bartosch, Environmentality: Ecocriticism and the Event of Postcolonial Fiction (2013)
  10. Morten Tønnessen and Kadri Tüür (eds), The Semiotics of Animal Representations (2014)
  11. Sabine Wilke, German Culture and the Modern Environmental Imagination (2015)
  12. Jane Costlow, Yrjo Haila and Arja Rosenholm (eds), Water in Social Imagination: From Technological Optimism to Contemporary Environmentalism (2017)
  13. Sabine Lenore Müller and Tina-Karen Pusse (eds), From Ego to Eco: Mapping Shifts from Anthropocentrism to Ecocentrism (2018)
  14. Simone Schröder, The Nature Essay: Ecocritical Explorations (2019)
  15. Maria Löschnigg, Melanie Braunecker (eds) Green Matters: Ecocultural Functions of Literature (2019)
  16. Leonor María Martínez Serrano, Cristina María Gámez Fernández (eds), Modern Ecopoetry: Reading the Palimpsest of the More-Than-Human World (2021)