Sharalyn Sanders

Essays by this author

Review of Heather Houser’s Ecosickness in Contemporary U.S. Fiction: Environment and Affect

2016-04-03

In this review of Heather Houser’s Ecosickness in Contemporary U.S. Fiction, Sharalyn Sanders identifies the hopeful potential for environmental justice via contemporary literature. Finding a solidarity implied between intersectional identities and ecocriticism, Sander’s finds in Houser’s call for “scholarly activism” an antidote to the detachment which threatens to thwart environmental awareness.