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Writing environments

Author: Sidney I Dobrin; Christopher J Keller
Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Writing Environments addresses the intersections between writing and nature through interviews with some of America's leading environmental writers. The interviews are followed by critical responses from writing scholars.

This diverse range of voices speaks lucidly and captivatingly about topics such as place, writing, teaching, politics, race, and culture, and how these overlap in many complex ways."--Jacket.

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Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Sidney I Dobrin; Christopher J Keller
ISBN: 0791463311 9780791463314 079146332X 9780791463321
OCLC Number: 56319780
Description: xii, 377 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Why writing environments: an introduction / Sidney I. Dobrin, Christopher J. Keller --
Taking back the language: an interview with Annette Kolodny: --
Where writing takes place: a response to Annette Kolodny / Lynn Worsham --
Developing feminist-environmental rhetorics: a response to Annette Kolodny / Elizabeth A. Flynn --
Response to Flynn and Worsham / Annette Kolodny --
Writing activism: an interview with Rick Bass --
Avenues of activism: a response to Rick Bass / Christian R. Weisser --
The active voice / Sid Dobrin --
Writing nature, making connections: an interview with David Quammen --
Natural diversity: a response to David Quammen / Christopher Schroeder --
Of gardens and classrooms, plants and discourse: a response to David Quammen / Christopher J. Keller --
Writing with intent: an interview with Janisse Ray: --
Making arguments: a response to Janisse Ray / Julie Drew --
Ecocomposition, activist writing, and natural ecosystems: a response to Janisse Ray / Eric Otto --
The quest for truth: an interview with Max Oelschlaeger --
Mapping Babel: a response to Max Oelschlaeger / M. Jimmie Killingsworth --
In response to Max Oelschlaeger / Derek Owens --
A reconsideration of wild discourse: response to Killingsworth and Owens / Max Oelschlaeger --
Writing the Native American life: an interview with Simon Ortiz --
Rethinking responsibility: a response to Simon Ortiz / Scott Richard Lyons --
Dear Simon: a response to Simon Ortiz / Malea Powell --
Stories for the earth: an interview with Scott Russell Sanders --
The grounded voice: a response to Scott Russell Sanders / Lezlie Laws --
One tribe among the host of living tribes: a response to Scott Russell Sanders / Sushil K. Oswal --
Ecocriticism, writing, and academia: an interview with Cheryll Glotfelty --
Writing, nature, and composing bridges: a response to Cheryll Glotfelty / Kaye Adkins --
Where the Fusang grows: a response to Cheryll Glotfelty / Dean Swinford --
Response to Adkins and Swinford / Cheryll Glotfelty --
Writing natural history: an interview with Ann Zwinger --
Rambling: a response to Ann Zwinger / Randall Roorda --
The mud puddle and the rose: a response to Ann Zwinger / Annie Merrill Ingram --
Response to Roorda and Ingram / Ann Zwinger --
Writing the scientific life: an interview with Edwards O. Wilson --
Contradictory stances toward interdisciplinary: a response to E.O. Wilson from a rhetorician of science / J. Blake Scott --
Science, the humanities, and the public intellectual: a respone to E.O. Wilson / Christian R. Weisser.
Responsibility: edited by Sidney I. Dobrin and Christopher J. Keller.
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"Writing Environments addresses the intersections between writing and nature through interviews with some of America's leading environmental writers. The interviews are followed by critical responses from writing scholars.

This diverse range of voices speaks lucidly and captivatingly about topics such as place, writing, teaching, politics, race, and culture, and how these overlap in many complex ways."--Jacket.

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