Modern Fiction Studies Department of English

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Modern Fiction Studies

John N. DuvallEditor

Robert P. MarzecAssociate Editor

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New Issue

64.4 (Winter 2018)

Guest Editor: Robert P. Marzec

Special Issue: Anthropocene Fictions

  • Articles
    • Robert P. Marzec, "Reflections on the Anthropocene Dossier"
    • George Handley, "Anthropocentrism and the Postsecularity of the Environmental Humanities in Aronofsky's Noah"
    • Brandon Jones, "A Postcolonial Utopia for the Anthropocene: Amitav Ghosh's The Hungry Tide and Climate-Induced Migration"
    • Thomas S. Davis, "Fossils of Tomorrow: Len Lye, J. G. Ballard, and Planetary Futures"
    • Caitlin Vandertop, "'The Earth Seemed Unearthly': Capital, World-Ecology, and Enchanted Nature in Conrad's Heart of Darkness"
    • Arthur Rose, "Mining Memories with Donald Trump in the Anthropocene"
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