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    • An Ecocritical Analysis of Wide Sargasso Sea 

      Limeres Otero, Laura (2019-07)
      The main purpose of this study is to analyze, from an ecocritical point of view, how the different ecocultures of Antoinette and her husband, the main characters of Jean Rhys’ 1996 novel ‘Wide Sargasso Sea’, affect their ...
    • Art, Nature and Women in Sara Baume’s "A Line Made by Walking" 

      Santos Barral, María Olalla (2018-11)
      Sara Baume is probably one of the most promising contemporary irish writers. She is a recent instance of irish women's brilliant contribution to the history of Irish literature. Baume has already published two acclaimed ...
    • Becoming An-Other. An Ecofeminist Critique of Contemporary Canadian Drama 

      Voyer, Véronique (2022)
      This dissertation analyses six Canadian plays through an ecofeminist lens. The study, which focuses on stories written by francophone, anglophone, and Indigenous playwrights, attempts to discover: 1) In what ways do the ...
    • O Ecofeminismo na Educación Ambiental en España 

      Gil Portela, Soledad; Blanco Anaya, Paloma (Universidade da Coruña, 2018)
      O artigo explora o papel dos movementos ecofeministas no desenvolvemento da Educación ambiental, os seus antecedentes, a súa definición e ás mulleres españolas que representan este movemento. Nos anos 70, coincidindo na ...
    • Inside the whale: configurations of an-other female subjectivity 

      Palacios González, Manuela (Taylor & Francis, 2018-02-13)
      The posthumanist paradigm of the last three decades has brought about a transformation in what we understand as “human”, and its postanthropocentric proposals —common to posthumanist and ecocritical debates— have called ...
    • Inside the whale: configurations of an-other female subjectivity 

      Palacios González, Manuela
      The posthumanist paradigm of the last three decades has brought about a transformation in what we understand as “human”, and its postanthropocentric proposals —common to posthumanist and ecocritical debates— have called ...





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