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“The Trouble with Resilience.” Intimate Relations: Communicating (in) the Anthropocene. Lexington Press. 2021. Publications, Book Chapters Communication, Ecocriticism, Environment, Public Scholarship
“The Trouble with Resilience.” Intimate Relations: Communicating (in) the Anthropocene. Lexington Press. 2021. Publications, Book Chapters Communication, Ecocriticism, Environment, Public Scholarship
Anis Bawarshi and Mary Jo Reiff. “’How to Turn Accumulated Knowledge into Action’: Uptake, Public Petitions, and the Climate Change Debate.” In Genres of the Climate Debate.  Eds Sune Auken and Christel Sunesen. de Gruyter, 2021. 150-178. Publications, Book Chapters Environment, Genre Theory, Rhetorical Theory
New Ecological Realisms: Post-Apocalyptic Fiction and Contemporary Theory (forthcoming, Edinburgh UP, 2021) Publications, Books 20th Century, 21st Century, Comparative Literature, Ecocriticism, English, Environment, Literature, Novel/Prose Fiction, Philosophy
“Writing The Cow: Poetry, Activism & The Texts of Meat.” Auto/Biography Studies. 2020. (Issue republished by Routledge as a book, 2021.) Publications, Book Chapters Culture, Environment, Poetry and Poetics
"How the Bloodline Weaves the Spine." The Fourth River, Issue 0.7. Spring 2020 Publications, Short Stories and Poems Environment, Feminism and Feminist Theory
Taylor, Jesse Oak. “Atmosphere as Setting, or, ‘Wuthering’ the Anthropocene.” In Climate and Literature, edited by Adeline Johns-Putra, 31–44. Cambridge Critical Concepts. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. doi:10.1017/9781108505321.003. Publications, Book Chapters 19th Century, Ecocriticism, Environment, Literary Criticism, Literature, Novel/Prose Fiction, Science and Technology
Taylor, Jesse Oak. "Wilderness After Nature: Conrad, Empire, and the Anthropocene" in Lissa Scheider Rebozo, Jefferey Mathes McCarthey, and John G. Peters, Eds., Conrad and Nature (London: Routledge, 2018).  Publications, Book Chapters 19th Century, 20th Century, Ecocriticism, Environment, Modernism, Novel/Prose Fiction, Postcolonial
Taylor, Jesse Oak. "Mourning Spcies: In Memoriam in an Age of Extinction" in Nathan K. Hensley and Philip Steer, Eds., Ecological Form: System and Aesthetics in the Age of Empire (New York: Fordham University Press, 2018), 42-62. Publications, Book Chapters 19th Century, Ecocriticism, Environment, Literature, Poetry and Poetics
Jesse Oak Taylor, "The Novel After Nature, Nature After the Novel: Richard Jefferies's Anthropocene Romance," Studies in the Novel 50.1 (Spring 2018): 108-133. Publications, Essays and Articles 19th Century, Ecocriticism, Environment, Literary Criticism, Literature, Novel/Prose Fiction
"Globalize,” in Jeffery Jerome Cohen & Lowell Duckert, Eds. Veer Ecologies (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press 2017), 30-43.  Publications, Book Chapters Ecocriticism, Environment, Global Studies, Intellectual History, Science and Technology
Jesse Oak Taylor, "While the World Burns: Joseph Conrad and the Delayed Decoding of Catastrophe.”19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century. 25 (2017): DOI: http://doi.org/10.16995/ntn.798 Publications, Essays and Articles 19th Century, 20th Century, Ecocriticism, Environment, Modernism, Oceanic
Tobias Menely & Jesse Oak Taylor, Eds. Anthropocene Reading: Literary History in Geologic Times. Penn State University Press, 2017. Publications, Edited Collections Ecocriticism, Environment, History, Intellectual History, Literary Criticism, Literature
Tobias Menely and Jesse Oak Taylor, Eds. Anthropocene Reading: Literary History in Geologic Times (Penn State University Press, 2017). Publications, Edited Collections Ecocriticism, Environment, History, Intellectual History, Literary Criticism, Literature
“Chronologies of Disaster in Beasts of the Southern Wild: Narrative Possibility and Adaptive Politics”, Eco Culture: Disaster, Narrative, Discourse, ed. Robert Bell & Robert Ficociello, Lexington 2017.  Publications, Book Chapters Aesthetics, African American, Ecocriticism, Environment, Film/Cinema, Visual Culture
Jesse Oak Taylor, "Anthropocene Inscriptions: Reading Global Synchrony," Boundary 2 Online (b2o) October 6, 2016.   Publications, Essays and Articles 19th Century, Environment, History, Science and Technology
Caroyln Finney. Black Faces, White Spaces: Reimagining the Relationship of African Americans to the Great Outdoors for The Black Scholar 46.3.  Publications, Reviews African American, Environment, Space/Place
“Adapting Natural Disaster: The Problem of Magical Realism in Beasts of the Southern Wild”, Adaptation as a Collaborative Art – Process and Practice, ed. Bernadette Cronin & Nikolai Preuschoff, Palgrave MacMillan 2017. [in progress]  Publications, Book Chapters African American, Ecocriticism, Environment, Film/Cinema, Performance Studies, Popular Culture, Theater History
Edelman, Rachel. "How Humans Use Dead Animals." Fairy Tale Review March 2016. The Ochre Issue. pp.74-5. print. Publications, Short Stories and Poems Ecocriticism, Environment, Poetry and Poetics
Jesse Oak Taylor, The Sky of Our Manufacture: The London Fog in British Fiction from Dickens to Woolf (University of Virginia Press, 2016).  Publications, Books 19th Century, 20th Century, British, Ecocriticism, Environment, Literature, Novel/Prose Fiction, Science and Technology, Urban Studies
Lynnell L. Thomas. Desire & Disaster in New Orleans: Tourism, Race, and Historical Memory for The Black Scholar 45.3. Publications, Reviews African American, Ecocriticism, Environment, History, Race and Ethnicity, Space/Place
Jesse Oak Taylor, "Where is Victorian Ecocriticism?" Victorian Literature and Culture 43 (2015): 877-894. Publications, Essays and Articles 19th Century, British, Ecocriticism, Environment
Jesse Oak Taylor, "Auras and Ice Cores: Atmospheric Archives and the Anthropocene," the minnesota review 83 (2014): 73-82.  Publications, Essays and Articles Archives, Ecocriticism, Environment, History, Science and Technology
Jesse Oak Taylor. “The Novel as Climate Model: Reading the Greenhouse Effect in Bleak House.” Novel: A Forum on Fiction 46:1 (Spring 2013), 1-25. Publications, Essays and Articles Literature, Environment
Daniel C. Taylor, Carl E. Taylor, and Jesse Oak Taylor, Empowerment on an Unstable Planet: From Seeds of Human Energy to a Scale of Global Change (Oxford University Press, 2011).  Publications, Books Community, Culture, Environment, Global Studies, Nationalism, Public Scholarship, Publics/Public Spheres, Space/Place, Urban Studies

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