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Bibliography and Filmography

There are two very useful film resource lists on online. These are:
Bullfrog’s Environmental Film Catalog
Environmental Communication Network’s Filmography


The following bibliography lists most of the key works in Ecomedia Studies. By no means is the list complete. However, it should provide a good starting point for anyone interested in exploring the scholarship. Please send suggested additions to ecomediastudies@gmail.com.

Books
Articles in Edited Anthologies
Journal Articles


Books

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Alison Anderson. Media, Culture, and the Environment. Rutgers University Press, 1997.

 


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Steve Baker. Picturing the Beast: Animals, Identity, and Representation. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press, 2001.

 

John Berger. About Looking. London: Vintage International. 1980.

 

John Blewitt. Media, Ecology and Conservation. Green Books, 2010.

 

Jay David Bolter. Remediation: Understanding New Media. MIT Press, 1999.

 

Derek Bousé. Wildlife Films. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000.

 

Nadia Bozak. The Cinematic Footprint: Lights, Cameras, and Natural Resources. NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2012.

 

Pat Brereton. Environmental Ethics and Film. London: Routledge, 2016.

 

Pat Brereton. Hollywood Utopia: Ecology in Contemporary American Cinema. Portland, OR: Intellect Ltd., 2005.

 

Mike Budd, Steve Craig, and Clayton M. Steinman. Consuming Environments: Television and Commercial Culture. Rutgers UP: 1999.

 

Jonathan Burt. Animals in Film. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2002.

 


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Deborah Carmichael, Editor. The Landscape of Hollywood Westerns: Ecocriticism in the American Film Genre. Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press, 2006.

 

Cynthia Chris. Watching Wildlife. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, 2006.

 

Verena Andermattvv Conley. Ecopolitics: The Environment in Poststructuralist Thought. New York: Routledge, c1997.

 

Robert Cox. Environmental Communication and the Public Sphere. 3rd Edition. Los Angeles: Sage, 2013.

 

Sean Cubitt. Eco Media. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2005.

 


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Kevin DeLuca. Image Politics: The New Rhetoric of Environmental Activism. NY: Guilford Press, 1999.

 

Sidney Dobrin and Sean Morey. Editors. Ecosee: Image, Rhetoric, and Nature. Albany NY: Suny University Press, 2009.

 

Finis Dunaway. Natural Visions: The Power of Images in American Environmental Reform. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005.

 


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Lee Gambin. Massacred by Mother Nature: Exploring the Natural Horror Film. Midnight Marquee, 2012.

 

Torben Grodal. Embodied Visions: Evolution, Emotion, Culture, and Film. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2009.

 

Elizabeth Grossman. (2006). High Tech Trash: Digital Devices, Hidden Toxics, and Human Health. Washington: Island Press.

 

Tommy Gustafsson and Pietari Kääpä, Editors. Transnational Ecocinema: Film Culture in an Era of Ecological Transformation. University of Chicago Press, 2013.

 


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Donna Haraway. Primate Visions: Gender, Race, and Nature in the World of Modern Science. New York: Routledge, 1989.

—. When Species Meet. University of Minnesota Press, 2008.

 

Jhan Hochman. Green Cultural Studies: Nature in Film, Novel, and Theory. Moscow, ID: University of Idaho Press, 1998.

 


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David Ingram. Green Screen: Environmentalism and Hollywood Cinema. Exeter, UK: University of Exeter Press, 2000.

—. The Jukebox in the Garden: Ecocriticism and American Popular Music since 1960. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2010.

 

Adrian Ivakhiv. Ecologies of the Moving Image: Cinema, Affect, Nature. Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2013.

 


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Julia Leyda and Diane Negra. Extreme Weather and Global Media. Routledge, 2015

 

Nils Lindahl-Elliot.  Mediating Nature. New York: Routledge, 2006.

 

Akira Mizuta Lippit.  Electric Animal: Toward a Rhetoric of Wildlife. 2000; Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

 

Antonio Lopez. Mediacology: A Multicultural Approach to Media Literacy in the Twenty-first Century. Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 2008.

—.The Media Ecosystem: What Ecology Can Teach Us about Responsible Media Practice. Evolver, 2012.

 

Sheldon H. Lu and Jiayan Mi. Chinese Ecocinema: In the Age of Environmental Challenge. Seattle: U Washington Press, 2010.

 


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Scott MacDonald. Adventures of Perception. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2009.

—.The Garden in the Machine: A Field Guide to Independent Films about Place. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2001.

Scott MacKenzie and Anna Westerståhl Stenport, eds. FILMS ON ICE: Cinemas of the Arctic.

Ediburgh University Press, 2015.

Richard Maxwell and Toby Miller. Greening the Media. New York: Oxford UP, 2012.

 

Richard Maxwell, Jon Raundalen, and Nina Lager Vestberg, editors. Media and the Ecological Crisis. Routledge, 2015.

 

Sarah E.McFarland and Ryan Hediger, Editors. Animals and Agency. Boston: Brill, 2009.

 

Kristi McKim. Cinema as Weather: Stylistic Screens and Atmospheric Change. Routledge, 2012.

 

Mark Meister and Phyllis M. Japp, Editors. Enviropop: Studies in Environmental Rhetoric and Popular Culture. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002.

 

Gregg Mitman. Reel Nature: : America’s Romance with Wildlife on Film. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1999.

 

Claire Molloy. Popular Media and Animals. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

 

Bernice Murphy. The Rural Gothic in American Popular Culture. New York: Palgrave, 2013.

 

Robin L. Murray and Joseph K. Heumann. Ecology and Popular Film: Cinema on the Edge. NY: SUNY Press, 2009.

—. Film and Everyday Eco-disasters. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2014.

—. Gunfight at the Eco-corral: Western Cinema and the Environment. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2012.

—. That’s All Folks?: Ecocritical Readings of American Animated Features. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2011.

 

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Anil Narine, Editor. Eco-Trauma Cinema. New York: Routledge, 2014.

 

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Adam O’Brien. Transactions with the World: Ecocriticism and the Environmental Sensibility of New Hollywood. Berghahn Books: 2016.

 

Otto, Eric C. Green Speculations: Science Fiction and Transformative Environmentalism. Ohio State University Press: 2012.

 

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Chris Palmer. Shooting in the Wild: An Insider’s Account of Making Movies in the Wild. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 2010.

—. Confessions of a Wildlife Filmmaker: The Challenges of Staying Honest in an Industry Where Ratings Are King. Bluefield Publishing, 2015.

 

Jussi Parikka. Insect Media: An Archaeology of Animals and Technology. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2010.

—. Medianatures: Materiality of Information Technology and Electronic Waste. Living Books About Life-project (Open Humanities Press, E-book/online book), 2011.

 

John Durham Peters. The Marvelous Clouds: Toward a Philosophy of Elemental Media. University of Chicago Press, 2015.

 

Anat Pick. Creaturely Poetics: Animality and Vulnerability in Literature and Film. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.

 

Anat Pick and Guinevere Narraway, Editors. Screening Nature: Cinema Beyond the Human. New York: Berghahn, 2013.

 

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Stephen Rust, Salma Monani, and Sean Cubitt, Editors. Ecocinema Theory and Practice. New York: AFI/Routledge, 2013.

Stephen Rust, Salma Monani, and Sean Cubitt, Editors. Ecomedia: Key Issues. London: Earthscan/Routledge, 2016.

 

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Birgit Schneider and Thomas Nockes. Image Politics of Climate Change: Visualizations, Imaginations, Documentations (Transcript, Germany, 2014).

 

P. Adams Sitney. Eyes Upside Down: Visionary Filmmakers and the Heritage of Emerson. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2009.

 

Ted Smith, David A. Sonnenfeld, and David Naguib Pellow (2006). Challenging the Chip: Labor Rights and Environmental Justice in the Global Electronics Industry. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

 

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Bron Taylor, Editor. Avatar and Nature Spirituality. Wilfrid Laurier UP (2013).

 

Eugene Thacker. Biomedia. Minnesota UP, 2004.

 

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Alexa Weik von Mossner, Editor. Moving Environments: Affect, Emotion, Ecology, and Film. Wilfrid Laurier, 2014.

 

Paul Wells. The Animated Bestiary: Animals, Cartoons, and Culture. Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers, UP, 2009.

 

David Whitley. The Idea of Nature in Disney Animation. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing, 2008.

 

Alexander Wilson. The Culture of Nature: Northern American Landscape from Disney to Exxon Valdez. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 1992.

 

Paula Willoquet-Maricondi. Framing the World: Explorations in Ecocriticism and Film. An edited collection of essays on film, nature, and environmental justice. University of Virginia Press, August 2011.  click here

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Articles in Edited Collections

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Armbruster, Karla. “Creating the World we must Save: The Paradox of Television Nature Documentaries.” Writing the Environment: Ecocriticism and Literature. Ed. Richard Kerridge and Neil Sammells. London: Zed Books, 1998. 218-238.

 

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Braudy, Leo. “The Genre of Nature: Ceremonies of Innocence.” Refiguring American Film Genres: History and Theory. Ed. Nick Browne. Berkeley: U California Press, 1998. 278-310.

 

Brower, Matthew. “Capturing Animals.” Developing Animals: Wildlife and Early American Photography. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2011: 13-21.

 

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Clark, Joseph. “Second Chances: Depictions of the Natural World in Second Life.” Creating Second Lives: Community, Identity, and Spatiality as Constructions of the Virtual. Eds. Astrid Ensslin and Eben Muse. NY: Routledge, 2011.

 

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Foy, Joseph J. “It Came from Planet Earth: Eco-horror and the Politics of Postenvironmentalism in The Happening.” Homer Simpson Marches on Washington: Dissent Through American Popular Culture. Ed. Tim M. Dale and Joseph J. Foy. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 2010: 167-189.

 

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Ingram, David. “Hollywood Cinema and Climate Change: The Day After Tomorrow“. Words on Water: Literary and Cultural Representations. Eds. Maureen Devine and Christa Grewe-Volpp. Trier: WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2008, 53-63.

 

Ivakhiv, Adrian. “Teaching Ecocriticism and Cinema.” Teaching Ecocriticism and Green Cultural Studies. Ed. Greg Garrard. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.

 

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Jhally, Sut. “Advertising at the Edge of the Apocalypse.” Critical Studies in Media Commercialism. Eds. Robin Anderson and Lance Strate. New York: Oxford UP, 2000: 27-39.

 

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Lauro, Sarah Juliet. “The Eco-Zombi: Environmental Critique in Zombie Fiction.” Generation Zombie: Essays on the Living Dead in Modern Culture. Stephanie Boluk and Wylie Lenz, Eds. McFarland: 2011: 54-66.

 

Light, Andrew. “Boyz in the Woods: Urban Wilderness in American Cinema.” The Nature of Cities: Ecocriticism and Urban Environments. Ed. Michael Bennett and David Teague. W. Tucson, AZ: The University of Arizona Press, 1999. 137-156.

 

Lulka, David. “Consuming Timothy Treadwell: Redefining Nonhuman Agency in Light of Herzog’s Grizzly Man. Animals and Agency: An Interdisciplinary Exploration. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 2009: 67-88.

 

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McFarland, Sarah E. “Dancing Penguins and a Pretentious Raccoon: Animated Animals as 21st Century Environmentalism.” Animals and Agency: An Interdisciplinary Exploration. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, 2009:89-105.

 

Miller, Toby.“La mano visible: Apuntes sobre la incorporación del impacto ambiental de las tecnologías mediaticas en la investigación sobre medios y globalización.” Comunicación. Ed. José Carlos Lozano Rendón. Monterrey: Fondo Editorial de Nuevo León. 2008, 121-25.

 

Molloy, Claire. “Being a Known Animal.” Beyond Human: From Animality to Transhumanism. Eds. Charlie Blake, Claire Molloy, and Steven Shakespeare. London: Continuum, 2012.

 

Morton, Timothy. “Pandora’s Box: Avatar, Ecology, Thought.” Green Planets: Ecology and Science Fiction. Eds. Gerry Canavan and Kim Stanley Robinson. Wesleyan University Press, 2014.

 

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Parks, Lisa (2007). “Falling Apart: Electronics Salvaging and the Global Media Economy.” In Charles Acland, ed., Residual Media. Minneapolis: University Of Minnesota Press, 32-47.

 

Plevin, Arlene. “Home Everywhere and the Injured Body of the World: The Subversive Humor of Blue Vinyl.” Ed. Rachel Stein. New Perspectives on Environmental Justice. Newark, NJ: The State University of New Jersey, 2004. 225-239.

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Retzinger, Jean. “Cultivating the Agrarian Myth in Hollywood.” Enviropop: Studies in Environmental Rhetoric and Popular Culture. Ed. Mark Meister and Phyllis Japp. Westport, CT: Praeger Press, 2002. 45-62.

 

Rust, Stephen. “Avatar: Ecorealism and the Blockbuster Melodrama.” Avatar and Nature Spirituality. Ed. Bron Taylor. Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier UP, 2013.

—. “Ecocinema and the Wildlife Film.” Cambridge Companion to Literature and Environment. Ed. Louise Westling. Cambridge, 2013.

 

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Sterne, Jonathan (2007). “Out with the Trash: On the Future of New Media.” In Charles Acland, ed., Residual Media. Minneapolis: University Of Minnesota Press, 16-31. []

 

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Taylor, Nik. “Anthropomorphism and the Animal Subject.” Anthropocentrism: Humans, Animals, Environments. Brill, 2001: 265-279.

 

 

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Willoquet-Maricondi, Paula. “Aimé Césaire’s A Tempest and Peter Greenaway’s Prospero’s Books as Ecological Rereadings and Rewritings of Shakespeare’s The Tempest.” In Reading the Earth: New Directions in the Study of Literature and Environment. Eds. Michael Branch, Rochelle Johnson, Daniel Patterson, and Scott Slovic. Moscow, Idaho: University of Idaho Press, 1998. 247-69. click here

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Journal Articles

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At the Intersections of Ecocriticism.” Special issue of Qui Parle 19.2 (Spring/Summer 2011).

 

Arthurs, Jane, Usha Zacharias, Jennifer Blair, Richard Maxell, and Toby Miller. “Commentary and Criticism: Environment, Media, and New Gender Politics.” Feminist Media Studies. 8/3 (2008): 317-329.

 

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Baym, Geoffrey, and Chirag Shah.  “Circulating Struggle: The On-line Flow of Environmental Advocacy Clips from the Daily Show and the Colbert Report.” Information Communication & Society, 14.7 (2011): 1017-1038.

 

Beinart, William and Katie McKeown. “Wildlife Media and Representations of Africa, 1950s to the 1970s.” Environmental History 14.2 (2009) 429-452.

 

Belmont, Cynthia. “Claiming Queer Space in/as Nature: An Ecofeminist Reading of Secretary.” ISLE. 19.2 (Spring 2012): 317-335.

—.”Ecofeminism and the Natural Disaster Heroine.” Women’s Studies, Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 36 Issue 5,: 349-372

 

Berrettini, Mark L. “’Danger! Danger! Danger!’ or When Animals Might Attack: Adventure Activism and Wildlife Film and Television.” Scope (2005):
http://www.scope.nottingham.ac.uk/phprint.php

 

Brereton, Pat. “Eco-cinema, sustainability and Africa: A reading of Out of Africa (1985), The Constant Gardener (2005), and District 9 (2010).” Journal of African Cinemas. (2013): 219-235

 

Brox, Ali. “The Process of Disaster: Environmental Justice Discourse and Spike Lee’s When the Levees Broke.” Green Humanities 1.1 (2015): 37-59.

 

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Cammaer, Gerda. “Edward Burtynsky’s Manufactured Landscapes: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Creating Moving Images of Ecological Disasters.” Environmental Communication 3.1 (2009): 121-130.

 

Carman, Colin. “Grizzly Love: The Queer Ecology of Timothy Treadwell.” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 18 (2013): 507-528.

 

Chang, Alenda. “Back to the Virtual Farm: Gleaning the Agriculture-Management Game.” ISLE 19.1 (Spring 2012): 237-252.

___. “Games as Environmental Texts.” Qui Parle 19.2 (2011). Web.

 

Chang, Chia-ju. ““I am insubstantial in the universe. But in the universe, there is nothing which is not me”: Toward a Chan Ecocriticism, Ecology, and The Experience of Film.” Special Forum on Ecocriticism and Theory. ISLE 17.4 (2010): 797-799.

 

Chu, Kiu-wai. “Ecocinema,” Journal of Chinese Cinemas. 2016 DOI: 10.1080/17508061.2016.1142728

 

Chute, David. “Organic Machine: The World of Hayao Miyazaki.” FilmComment. Nov./Ded. 1998. Web.

 

Clark, Joseph. “The Environmental Semiotics of Virtual Worlds: Reading the ‘Splash Aquatics’ Store in Second Life.” Graduate Journal of Social Science. 8.3 (2011): 47-64.

 

Cubitt, Sean. “The Sound of Silence.” Screen. 51.2 (Summer 2010): 118-128.

 

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Dahlstrom, Michael and Dietram A. Scheufele. “Diversity of Television Exposure and its Association with the Cultivation of Concern for Environmental Risks.” Environmental Communication 4.1 (2010): 54-65.

 

Dawson, Max. “Face to Face with the E-Waste of Tomorrow at the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show.” FlowTV  11.7 (Feb. 2010) Web.

 

DeLaune, Marilyn. “Environmental Comedy: No Impact Man and the Performance of Green Identity.” Environmental Communication 5.4 (2011): 447-466.

 

Del Rio, Esteban. “Problems, Potential, and Place in Portlandia.” FlowTV 13.1 (Feb. 2011) Web.

 

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“Ecocinema Audiences.” Special issue of Interactions: Studies in Communication and Cultures. Ed. Pietari Kääpä. Includes six peer-reviewed articles. Volume 4, Issue 2 (October 2013).

 

“Ecohorror.” Special issue of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment. Eds. Stephen Rust and Carter Soles.  Includes six peer-reviewed articles. 21.3 (Summer 2014).

 

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Ferrari, Matthew. “From “Play to Display”: Parkour as Media-Mimetics, or Nature Reclamation?” FlowTV 11.13 (May 2010) Web.

 

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Good, Jennifer Ellen. “The Cultivation, Mainstreaming, and Cognitive Processing of Environmentalists Watching Television.” Environmental Communication 3.3 (2009): 279-297.

 

Green.” Special Issue of NECSUS: European Journal of Media Studies. Spring 2013: http://www.necsus-ejms.org/portfolio/3-spring-2013-the-green-issue/

 

Green, Doyle. “The Dialectic of The Weather Channel.” FlowTV  15.6 (Feb. 2012) Web.

 

Gurevitch, Leon.”100% Pure Imperial Ecology: Marketing the Environment in Antipodean Film and Advertising.” New Zealand Journal of Media Studies 12.1 (2010): 58-97.

—.”Global Warming: Google Earth as Eco-machinima.” Convergence 20.1 (Feb. 2014): 85-107.

 

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Hansen, Anders. “Communication, Media and Environment: Towards Reconnecting Research on the Production, Content, and Social Implications of Environmental Communication.” International Communication Gazette 73 (2011): 7-25.

 

Hawkins, Joan. “Critical Art on Trial.” FlowTV  7.1 (April 2008).

 

Hegglund, John. “Patrick Keiller’s Ambient Narratives: Screen Ecologies of the Built Environment.” ISLE (Spring 2013): 274-95.

 

Heise, Ursula, “Plasmatic Nature: Environmentalism and the Animated Film.”  Public Culture 26.2 (2014): 301-308.

 

Hoofd, Ingrid. “Fine Intentions and Dire Delusions: The Simulated Ethos of the Greenhouse Effect.” FlowTV  9.12 (May 2009. Web

 

Hughes, Peter. “The End of Life on Earth: Discourses of Risk in Natural History Documentaries.” Screening the Past. 28 (September 2010): Web.

 

Hurley, Karen. “Is that a Future we Want?: An Ecofeminist Exploration of Images of the Futures in Contemporary Film. Futures 40.4 (2008): 346-359.

 

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Ingram, David. “Fly Away Home and the Hollywood Conservationist Movie”. Scope: an on-line journal of film studies, http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/film, 2000.

—. “For Free?: Theorising consumption, commerce, and the environmental costs of artistic production.” Green Letters. No. 8. Spring 2007, 13-22.

 

Ivakhiv, Adrian “Green Film Criticism and its Futures,” ISLE (Summer 2008). 1-28.

 

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Jarvinen, Aki. “Quake Goes the Environment: Game Aesthetics and Archeologies.” Digital Creativity 12.2 (2001): 67-76.

 

Jue, Melody. “Proteus and the Digital: Scalar Transformations of Seawater’s Materiality in Ocean Animations.” Animation 9 (July 2014): 245-260.

 

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Kääpä, Pietari, Ed.  “Ecocinemas of Transnational China – Special Issue“. Interactions:Studies in Communications and Cultures, 2:2, 2012.

 

King, Andrew. “The Politics of ‘dirt’ in Dirty Jobs.  FlowTV  13.01 (Oct. 2010) Web.

 

Kollin, Susan. “Toxic Subjectivity: Gender and Ecologies of Whiteness in Todd Haynes’s Safe.” ISLE 9.1 (2002): 121-139.

 

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Ladino, Jennifer K. “For the Love of Nature: Documenting Life, Death, and Animalty in Grizzly Man and March of the Penguins.” ISLE 16:1 (Winter 2009): 53-90.

 

Leiserowitz, Anthony A. “Before and After The Day After Tomorrow: A U.S. Study of Climate Change Risk Perception.” Environment. 46/9 (Nov. 2004): 34.

 

Lim, Tai Wei. “Spirited Away: Conceptualizing a Film-Based Case Study through Comparative Narratives of Japanese Ecological and Environmental Discourses.” Animation Journal 8.2 (2013): 149-162.

 

Lindenfeld, Laura. “Can Documentary Food Films Like Food, Inc. Achieve their Promise?” Environmental Communication 4.3.

 

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MacDonald, Scott.”Ten+(Alternative) Films about American Cities.” ISLE 8.1 (2001): 53-72.

—. “Toward an Eco-Cinema.” ISLE 11.2 (Summer 2004): 107-132.

—.“Up Close and Political: Three Short Ruminations on Ideology in the Nature Film.” Film Quarterly 59.3 (Spring 2006): 4-21.

 

Mayui, K., BD Solomon, J Chang. “The Ecological and Consumption themes of the Films of Hayao Miyazaki.” Ecological Economics 54.1 (2005): 1-7.

 

McCabe, Colin . “Realism and the Cinema: Notes on Some Brechtian Theses,” Screen, 15:2 (Summer 1974), 16-.

 

McClean, Adrienne. “Biting Off Your Long Tail: Ruminations on Animal Planet.” FlowTV  10.9 (Oct. 2009) Web.

 

Miller, Toby. “Creative Industries or Wasteful Ones?” (with Richard Maxwell). Urban China 33 (2008) 122 <http://orgnets.net/urban_china/maxwell_miller>.

 

Miller, Toby and Richard Maxwell. “E-Waste: Elephant in the Living Room. Flow 9:3 (2008) <http://flowtv.org/?p=2194>.

— “Green Smokestacks?” Feminist Media Studies 8:3 (2008) 324-29.

—“La mano visible.” Pagina 12 (6 August 2008) <http://www.pagina12.com.ar/imprimir/diario/laventana/26-109121-2008-08-06.html>.

 

Monani, Salma. “At the Intersections of Ecosee and Just Sustainability: New Directions for Communication Theory and Practice.” Introduction to Special Issue on Cinema, New Media, and Just Sustainability. Environmental Communication 5.2 (2011): 141-45.

—. “Wilderness Discourse in Adventure–Nature Films: The Potentials and Limitations of Being Caribou.” Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment  (Winter 2012) 19 (1): 101-122.

 

Murray, Robin, and Joseph Huemann. “Dark City, Noir, and the Space between: Or it is our Nature to Live in the Dark?” Scope: An Online Journal of Film and TV Studies 10 (2008) <http://www.scope.nottingham.ac.uk/article.php?issue=4&id=126&section=article&q=race>.

—. “Al Gore’s an Inconvenient Truth and its Skeptics: A Case of Environmental Nostalgia.” Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media 49 (2007): <http://www.ejumpcut.org/archive/jc49.2007/inconvenTruth/text.html>.

—. “Bambi and Mr. Bug Goes to Town: Nature with or without Us.” ISLE 18.4 (Autumn 2011): 779-800.

 

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New Zealand Media and Environment. Special issue of New Zealand Journal of Media Studies. Angi Buettner and Geoffrey Craig, Editors 12.1 (2010). Includes five peer-reviewed articles.

 

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O’Brien, Adam. “Regarding Things in Nashville and The Exterminating Angel: Another Path for Eco-Film Criticism.” ISLE (Spring 2013): 258-273.

 

Opel, Andy. “Structural Change? Environmental Documentary and Globalization.” Environmental Communication Journal of Nature and Culture 1.1 (2007): 111-8.

 

Opel, Andy and Jason Smith. “ZooTycoon: Capitalism, Nature, and the Pursuit of Happiness.” Ethics and the Environment 9.2 (2004): 103-120.

 

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Pandian, Anand. “Landscapes of Expression: Affective Encounters in South Indian Cinema.” Cinema Journal 51.1 (Fall 2011): 50-74.

 

Parikka, Jussi. Unnatural Ecologies – Media Ecologies-special issue (with Michael Goddard) for Fibreculture. 2011.

 

Past, Elena. “Lives Aquatic: Mediterranean Cinema and an Ethics of Underwater Existence.” Cinema Journal. 48:3 (Spring 2009): 52-65.

 

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Retzinger, Jean. “Cultivating the Agrarian Myth in Hollywood.” Enviropop: Studies in Environmental Rhetoric and Popular Culuter. Ed. Mark Meister and Phyllis Japp. Westport, CT: Praeger Press, 2002. 45-62.

—. “Eleven Miles South of Hollywood: Analyzing Narrative Strategies in The Garden.” Environmental Communication 5.3 (2011): 337-343.

 

Roberts, Martin. “Another Green World: Lifestyle Television’s Environmental Turn.” FlowTV  9.1 (Oct. 2008). Web.

 

Russill, Chris. “Climate Change Virus Targets Poland! Copenhagen and China Next!” FlowTV  9.2 (Nov. 2008). Web.

—. “Whale Wars: A Deeper Shade of Green on the Public Screen.” FlowTV 9.11 (April 2009). Web.

 

Rust, Stephen. “Animals and Agency: An Interdisciplinary Approach.” Book Review. Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 18 (Winter 2011): 479-481.

—. “Comfortably Numb: Material Ecocriticism and the Postmodern Horror Film.” ISLE 21.3 (2014): 550-561.

—.“Film and Ecology.” Book Review. JumpCut 52 (2010):  http://www.ejumpcut.org/archive/jc52.2010/rustEcology/index.html.

 

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Sawers, Naarah Catherine and Kristin Demetrious. “Are All the Animals Gone? The Politics of Contemporary Hunter Arcade Games.” Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies. 24.2 (2010): 241-250.

 

Scahill, Andrew. “Pigmalion: Animality and Failure in Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.” FlowTV  16.6 (Sept. 2012) Web.

 

Scott, Karen D. “Popularizing Science and Nature Programming: The Role of ‘Spectacle’ in Contemporary Wildlife Documentary.” Journal of Popular Film and Television 31.1 (2003): 29-35.

 

Scott, Karen D. and Anne M. White. “Unnatural History? Deconstructing the Walking with Dinosaurs Phenomenon.” Media Culture Society May 2003. Vol. 25 No. 3: 315-332.

 

Shanahan, James and Michael Morgan. “Green or Brown? Television and the Cultivation of Environmental Concern.” Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 41.3 (1997): 305-323.

 

Seymour, Nicole. ““It’s Just Not Turning Up”: Cinematic Vision and Environmental Justice in Todd Haynes’s Safe.” Cinema Journal 50.4 (2011): 26-47.

 

Simpson, Catherine. “Australian Eco-horror and Gaia’s Revenge: Animals Econationalism and the ‘New Nature’.” Studies in Australian Cinema 4.1 (2010): 43-54.

 

Slawter, Lisa D. “TreeHugger TV: Re-Visualizing Environmental Activism in the Post-Network Era.” Environmental Communication 2.2 (2008): 212-228.

 

Smith, Michelle and Elizabeth Parsons. “Animating Child Activism: Environmentalism and Class Politics in Ghibli’s Princess Mononoke (1997) and Fox’s Fern Gully (1992).” Continuum 26.1 (2012): 25-37.

 

Starosielski, Nicole. “Movements that are drawn’: A history of environmental animation from The Lorax to FernGully to Avatar.” International Communication Gazette (February 2011): 145-163.

—.”Subaquatic Frames.” FlowTV  15.9 (March 2012): http://flowtv.org/2012/03/subaquatic-frames/.

—. “Underwater Flow.” FlowTV 15.1 (Oct. 2011) Web.

 

Stephens, Gregory. Confining Nature: Rites of Passage, Eco-Indigenes and the Uses of Meat in WALKABOUT.” ‘Senses of Cinema.’ (July 2009): 1-14.

—. Koyaanisqatsi and the Visual Narrative of Environmental Film.” Screening the Past. 28 (September 2010): Web.

 

Stewart, Julie and Thomas Clark. “Lessons from South Park: A Comic Corrective to Environmental Puritanism.” Environmental Communication 5.3 (2011): 320-336.

 

Stumpo, Jeff. “E-cology: EverQuest and the Environment(s).” ISLE 15:2 (Summer 2008): 29-40.

 

Subramanian, Janani.Life: Oprah Gone Wild.” FlowTV  12.7 (Aug. 2010) Web.
 

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