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Ecodidactic perspectives on English language, literatures and cultures.
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Ecodidactic Perspectives on English Language, Literatures and Cultures

In contrast to the still widespread notion that it is only or largely education in the sciences that can create awareness of environmental problems and foster the knowledge and skills needed to protect and improve the environment, the essays collected in this volume demonstrate that education in the fields of foreign language teaching, literary and cultural studies can and must contribute to these efforts as well. Acknowledging that the current environmental crisis in its various local, regional and global manifestations is, in fact, a cultural crisis, they clarify the role of the formative power of language and texts when it comes to the creation of an environmentally sensitive and knowledgable sense of self. They all start from the general premise that both language learning and a critical engagement with various types of texts – texts transmitted by different media, in oral, print and, more recently, electronic form, in literature, in the arts, in music, in television programmes and in film – mean an active production of knowledge. They show that it is important to make sure that students gain an understanding of how language functions in representing and shaping natural and social realities and of how texts function as important factors in the processes of creating our knowledge about the natural world and about the political, economic, and ethical dimensions of the interaction between human and non-human nature.
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Contents

Sylvia Mayer and Graham Wilson
Ecodidactic Perspectives on English Language, Literatures and Cultures:An Introduction

John Parham
The Deficiency of 'Environmental Capital':
Why Environmentalist!! Needs a Reflexive Pedagogy

Edward Haig
How Green Are Your Textbooks? Applying an Ecological Critical
Language Awareness Pedagogy in the EFL Classroom

George M. Jacobs, Anita Lie and Susan Amy
An Indonesian Example of Teaching English via Environmental Education

Peter Dines and Hanspeter Dd'rfel
Environmental Awareness: A Topic for Advanced Language Classes

Graham Wilson
Nature Documentaries in the Language Classroom:
From Critical Media Literacy to Environmental Competence

Sylvia Mayer
Teaching Hollywood Environmentalist Movies:
The Example of The Day after Tomorrow

Christian Krug
Teaching Ecotourism: Developing Interactive Study Modules

Andrew Stables
On Teaching and Learning the Book of the World

Uwe Kuchler
"How deep the woods are and lightless".
Seeking Opportunities for Ecocritical and Intercultural Teaching

Jan Hollm andAnke Uebel
Utopias for our Time: Teaching Ecotopian and Ecodystopian Writing

Maureen Devine
Swamp Semantics, or Where Goes the Gym?

Dirk Hohnstrdter .
Aesthetic Presence and Its Eco-Ethical Relevance:
Teaching V. S. Naipaul with and against H. U. Gumbrecht

Christine Gerhardt
Literature, Nature, and the Crux of Consciousness-Raising

List of Contributors