The City and the Anthropocene

Vol. 43 No. 1 | March 2017

Author Title
Simon C. Estok and Shiuhhuah Serena Chou The City and the Anthropocene
Melissa Sexton Tropic of Orange, Los Angeles, and the Anthropocene Imagination
Simon C. Estok Anthropocene, What Anthropocene? The City and the Epoch in A Fine Balance and The Dog
Shiuhhuah Serena Chou Agrarianism in the City:
Urban Agriculture and the Anthropocene Futurity
Gry Ulstein Brave New Weird:
Anthropocene Monsters in Jeff VanderMeer’s The Southern Reach
Chen Hong The Plight of Dogs in the Country-City Gap:
Reading Chinese Dog Narratives across Genres
Alvin K. Wong Beyond Anthropocentric Futurism:
Visualizing Air Pollution and Waste in Post-Olympic Beijing
Bruce Carroll A Role for Art in Ecological Thought
Shruti Desai Haste and Waste in the City:
Rekindling Care about and for Trees in Another Time
Literary and Cultural Criticism
Henk Vynckier “They won’t hurt you”:
Ancestral Portrait Galleries in European Literature
Liz Jackson Questioning Gratitude in an Unequal World
with Reference to the Work of Toni Morrison
Aaron Deveson The Limits of Cosmopolitanism in the Poetry of Michael Hofmann
Beatriz Penas-Ibáñez Empathy as Migration in Joseph Anton: A Memoir by Salman Rushdie
Grace Hui-Chuan Wu The Making of the New Global Middle Class:
China’s Workplace Novels
Chung-jen Chen Phubber Sherlock, Risky London, Safe England:
Remaking Holmes in the Age of Information Technology