Edited By Özden Sözalan and Inci Bilgin Tekin
The essays in this volume engage with questions concerning the relationships between fictional texts and environmental issues in their various articulations, and offer critical readings that display the theoretical diversity in the current reconsiderations of the place of human in relation to nature and the environment. Written by scholars working in separate yet closely related disciplines in the field of humanities, the essays present analyses of literary and cultural texts, performed with the critical tools provided by studies in ecology, ecofeminism, urban studies, posthumanism and animal studies as well as genre-specific approaches.
Notes on the Contributors
Editors: Özden Sözalan and İnci Bilgin Tekin
Burcu Kayışcı Akkoyun (Ph.D.) completed her Ph.D. in Literary Studies at Monash University in 2015 with a dissertation on the literary representations of the end entitled “Imagining the End: Comic Perspectives and Critical Spaces.” Her fields of interest are utopian and dystopian fiction, ecocriticism, identity politics, and narrative theory. She currently teaches in the Department of Western Languages and Literatures at Boğaziçi University.
Ayşe Beyza Artukaslan (MA) holds a bachelor degree from American Culture and Literature department at Istanbul University, and a master’s degree from English Language and Literature department at Bogazici University. She is now a research assistant at Istanbul Sehir University and a literary translator. Her research areas are ecocrititism, ecopoetry, animal studies, modern and contemporary poetry.
Ferdi Çetin (Ph.D.) studied American Culture and Literature at Istanbul University, and obtained his Ph.D. in theater studies at the same university with a dissertation on Heiner Goebbels. He also works as a dramaturg and project director at GalataPerform and he has been working with emerging playwrights in New Text New Theater Project, for which he has also translated several plays. His stories have appeared in different magazines and his first short story collection titled this is how I burnt our house was published by YKY Publishing House in 2019. In 2012 he founded ba- interdisciplinary art ensemble with Yusuf Demirkol and he has been writing performance texts for the...
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