Timothy Luke exposes how ecological critics, organizations, and movements manipulate our conception of the environment. Turning the tables on the ecocritics, Luke demonstrates how ecocriticism can move beyond its familiar confines to engage larger cultural, economic, and political questions. “Tim Luke has emerged as one of the most exciting writers on global politics today.” --Scott Lash, Lancaster University
Subjects: Political Science
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