Publication du dossier “Understanding, Acknowledging, Representing Environmental Emergeny”, revue E-Rea

Vient d’être publié le dossier consacré à l’urgence environnementale – “Understanding, Acknowledging, Representing Environmental Emergeny” – dans la revue électronique E-Rea.
https://journals.openedition.org/erea/
Le dossier comporte 14 contributions en accès libre inscrites dans les champs civilisationniste, littéraire, artistique et épistémologique (table des matières ci-dessous).
Nous nous permettons d’attirer l’attention des préparatrices et préparateurs à l’agrégation sur l’article d’Anne Le Guellec consacré à Alexis Wright, “From Carpentaria to The Swan Book: finding a voice to narrate and resist the threat of extinction”.

UNDERSTANDING, ACKNOWLEDGING, REPRESENTING ENVIRONMENTAL EMERGENCY
E-Rea Special Issue of June 2021
Guest editors: Sylvie Nail & Camille Manfredi

Opening:
• C. MANFREDI (University of Western Brittany) & S. NAIL (University of Nantes): Climate and environmental emergency: a case for a humanities approach

Naming, voicing:
• S. NAIL (University of Nantes): What’s in a word? The (natural) world according to the United Nations
• J BOYLAN, V. BARRATT (Western Sydney University), L. DEMENT: Experiencing Rupture: affective art and becoming-with slow emergencies
• S. DENEVE (Toulouse-Jean Jaurès University): Representing Environmental Emergency as Social Emergency: The Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 in Blues Songs from Louisiana and Mississippi

Taking (in)action:
• AP BONNET (Sciences Po Lyon): The politicization of the climate emergency: the case of the 2019 United Kingdom general election.
• S. PICKARD (University of Paris Sorbonne Nouvelle): “You are stealing our future in front of our very eyes”: The representation of climate change, emotions and the mobilisation of young environmental activists in Britain
• M. STRICOF (Aix-Marseille University): Representing Climate Change through the Lens of Environmental Security: Thirty Years of the Department of Defense Defining a Threat Multiplier and Military Resilience
• M. MEUNIER (University of Strasbourg): Youth Climate Activism in the United States

Narrating, representing:
• M. SZUBA (University of Gdańsk): “In the early Anthropocene”: Witnessing Environmental Emergency in Kathleen Jamie’s Essays
• C. CONAN (University of Western Brittany): Beyond representation? A material-ecocritical reading of Derek Mahon’s “eco-poetry”
• A. LE GUELLEC (University of Western Brittany): From Carpentaria to The Swan Book: finding a voice to narrate and resist the threat of extinction in Alexis Wright’s latest work

Appropriating:
• M-A STEGGLES (University of Manitoba): Imaging the Climate Crisis. The Ceramic Art of Horie, Galloway, Snider, and Rhymer-Zwierciadlowska
• X. LACHAZETTE (Le Mans Université): Using Animal Retribution Fiction for the Promotion of Environmental Awareness: the Case for a Reinterpretation of Daphne Du Maurier’s “The Birds”
• E. DARDENNE (Rennes 2 University): The Tipping Point? The Covid-19 Crisis, Critical Animal Studies and Academic Responsibility


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