Jung Yun; University of Georgia, Itai Himelboim, Anandam Kavoori, and Kaye D. Sweetser; University of Kansas, Mary C. Banwart and Kelly L. Winfrey; University of Memphis, Seth Abrutyn, Eric Groenendyk, and Anna Mueller; University of Missouri, J. Brian Houston, Mitchell S. McKinney, and Benjamin R. Warner; University of Nevada-Reno, Leslie A. Rill; University of Texas-San Antonio, ← XI | XII → Andrea Aleman and Mary McNaughton-Cassill; and Worcester State University, Amy Ebbeson. We also acknowledge the contributions of John C. Tedesco, Virginia Tech University
this book, with her friendship and expertise. Lastly, thanks to Peter Mack, John Moore, and Giuseppe Brunetti, friends and colleagues. A note on the text Quotations from Elizabeth’s poems, letters, speeches and prayers are taken (unless otherwise noted) from Elizabeth I. Collected Works, ed. by Leah S. Marcus, Janel Mueller, and Mary Beth Rose, Chicago, London: The University of Chicago Press, 2000. Quotations from the works of William Shakespeare are taken from The Riverside Shake- speare, ed. by G. Blakemore Evans, Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1974. 8
Tânia Fernandes University of Lisboa, Portugal Edgar Galindo University of Evora, Portugal Nadia Hanum University of Leipzig, Germany Adil Ishag International University of Africa, Sudan Hamidreza Khankeh University of Social Welfare and Rehabilitation Sciences, Iran Isabel Leite University of Évora, Portugal Annisa Rizkiayu Leofianti Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia Johanna Sophie von Lieres Center for Women’s Empowerment and Gender Equality Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Amritapuri, India Sebastian Mueller International Research
would also like to extend my gratitude to Dr. Peter Francev, chief-editor of Journal of Camus Studies , and to Dr. Rob Van Gerwen, chief-editor of Aesthetic Investigations , for welcoming versions of chapters of this book into publication. My dear friends – Tamar and Nir Brosh, and Noga and Jan Mueller – were there all along, lovingly accompanying the birth of each chapter and immersing themselves in the materials. For a while, we were all Camus and film-philosophy enthusiasts! Thank you for the patience, listening and fiery conversations. ←vii | viii→ ←viii
Essays in Classics, Comparative Literature, and Philosophy Presented to Professor Roy Arthur Swanson on the Occasion of his Seventy-Fifth Birthday
Chad Matthew Schroeder
Twelve former students, colleagues, and friends have contributed papers in honor of Professor Swanson’s seventy-fifth birthday. These papers all touch on subjects close to his heart, ranging from Greek, Roman, Italian, Scandinavian, and German literary studies to modern pop culture.
Thirt one ← 320 | 321 → T HIRTY -O NE C.A. Bowers, Educating for Eco-Justice and Community (2001) Michael P. Mueller This chapter analyzes Chet Bowers’s book Educating for Eco-Justice and Community (2001). Bowers is a retired professor of environmental studies who formerly taught at the University of Oregon. He was very prolific during his career, writing many books and papers on a wide variety of topics, but was most importantly focused on analyzing the cultural patterns of thinking that are associated with behaviors that contribute to the rates and