Provides access to citations of journal articles, books, and dissertations published on modern languages, literatures, folklore, and linguistics. Coverage is international and subjects include literature, language and linguistics, literary theory, dramatic arts, folklore, and film since 1963. Special features include the full text of the original article for some citations and a collection of images consisting of photographs, maps, and flags.
Focuses on North American environmental writing, presenting teachers with background on environmental justice issues, ecocriticism, and ecofeminism. Contributors consider the various disciplines that have shaped the field, including African American, American Indian, Canadian, and Chicana/o literature. The interdisciplinary approaches recommended treat the theme of predators in literature, ecology and ethics, conservation, and film.
Describes foreign language courses and modules focusing on environmental topics in the contexts of language learning for special purposes, the inclusion of cultural narratives about the environment for heritage language learners and indigenous communities, and connections between study abroad experiences and place-based environmental learning. Includes syllabi suggestions and keywords.