Scott Slovic (Univ. Nevada, Reno)

Slovic, Scott (1960-....)

États-Unis
Date de naissance
1960
Langues d'expression
anglais
Professeur d'anglais, Southwest Texas state university, San Marcos, Tex. (en 1992)

Scott Slovic is University Distinguished Professor of Environmental Humanities at the University of Idaho, USA. The author, editor, or coeditor of twenty-seven books, his most recent publications include The Routledge Handbook of Ecocriticism and Environmental Communication (2019) and An Island in the Stream: Ecocritical and Literary Responses to Cuban Environmental Culture (2019). He served as founding president of the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE) from 1992 to 1995, and he edited ASLE’s journal, ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment from 1995 to 2020. He currently coedits the book series Routledge Studies in World Literatures and the Environment and Routledge Environmental Humanities. Many of his recent articles appear on the website www.arithmeticofcompassion.org.
> See his personal page (University of Idaho).

Vidéos

Travels with Hanna:  Dogs and/as Teachers / Scott Slovic
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Travels with Hanna: Dogs and/as Teachers / Scott Slovic
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Travels with Hanna:  Dogs and/as Teachers / Scott Slovic, conférence plénière in colloque international "L'Amour des animaux / Animal Love", organisé par le Laboratoire Cultures Anglo-Saxonnes

Dogs as Sensory Extensions of Self: A Gift / Scott Slovic
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Dogs as Sensory Extensions of Self: A Gift / Scott Slovic
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Dogs as Sensory Extensions of Self: A Gift / Scott Slovic, Keynote in International Symposium "Companion Species in North American Cultural Productions", organisé, sous la responsabilité scientifique

The World of Scholarly Publishing: a Seminar Featuring / Scott Slovic
Conférence
02:26:51
The World of Scholarly Publishing: a Seminar Featuring / Scott Slovic
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The World of Scholarly Publishing: a Seminar Featuring / Scott Slovic. Séminaire en deux volets ("From Dissertation to Book" et "Conference Papers and Journal Submissions") organisé le 31 mai 2011 par