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Louisa Mackenzie and Stephanie Posthumus (McGill), "Reading Latour Outside: A Response to the Estok-Robisch Controversy." Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 20,4 (2013): 1-21.Learn more
Review of What Else is Pastoral? Renaissance Literature and the Environment byKen Hiltner. (Cornell: Cornell University Press, 2011). Environmental History 17 (2012): 445-47. Learn more
Louisa Mackenzie. "It's a Queer Thing: Early Modern French Ecocriticism." French Literature Series 39. Rodopi, 2012.Learn more
Richard Watts. "Poisoned Animal, Polluted Form: Chamoiseau’s Birds at the Limits of Allegory." Pacific Coast Philology (2012): 177-193.Learn more
Louisa Mackenzie. The Poetry of Place: Lyric, Landscape, and Ideology in Renaissance France. University of Toronto Press: 2011.Learn more
Louisa Mackenzie, “Don’t Panic: The Unknowability of Early Modern Nature” (January 29, 2014). Oecologies Speaker Series at Green College, University of British Columbia.Learn more