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Alternative title: Heritage II
Issue Details: First known date: 2019... vol. 9 no. 1 2019 of Landscapes est. 2001 Landscapes
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'In this 2018/9 Issue of Landscapes, Journal of the International Centre for Landscape and Language, our Issue Editor is David Gray1 of Sweden’s Dalarna University College where he teaches in the English Department of the School of Humanities and Media. David joins previous editors and Principals of the ICLL, Professors Andrew Taylor, John Kinsella, Yang Yongchun and Drew Hubbell and Dr John Charles Ryan as executive editors for our e-journal of some twenty years’ existence here at Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia.' (Glen Phillips, Issue Introduction)

Notes

  • Only literary material within AustLit's scope individually indexed. Other material in this issue includes:

     In the Name of Profit: Canada’s Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Reserve as Economic Development and Colonial Placemaking by Richard M. Hutchings and Marina La Salle 

    “‘The Strata of My History’: Reading the Ecological Chronotope in Wendell Berry’s That Distant Land” by Ellen M. Bayer

    Forest-Walks – An Intangible Heritage in Movement A Walk-and-Talk-Study of a social practice tradition by Margaretha Häggström

    Review of Environmental Humanities and Theologies: Ecoculture, Literature and the Bible, - Rod Giblett by Sam Mickey

    North Sea poems: Birds of the North Sea, Caa'in, Summer Ferry by Lesley Harrison

    Fortunates Part 1 by Lawrence Upton

    Review of Environmental Humanities and Theologies: Ecoculture, Literature and the Bible, by Rod Giblett by Sam Mickey

Contents

* Contents derived from the 2019 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Solastalgia, Nostalgia, Exhilarating, Immersive : Landscapes : Heritage II, David F Gray , single work criticism

'Through 2017/18, as the submissions for our thematic issue Landscapes: Heritage came together, it became apparent that a single issue would not be enough to contain the overwhelming number of responses that we received from Landscapes editor Drew Hubbell’s original call for contributions. Thus the editors decided to spread the contributions across two issues, which has been connected in the title for this issue, Volume 9, as Landscape: Heritage II. Volume 8 continues to surpass the download statistics for an individual issue of Landscapes, which is testimony to Drew’s sense of the importance of the topic. And yet this acknowledges too the talent and craft of current and previous editors Glen Phillips and John Ryan, as well as the enduring support of Executive Dean Professor Clive Barstow of the School of Arts and Humanities at ECU. It is these people who make the journal possible, and yet, ultimately it is the contributors who seasonally breathe life into Landscapes and the environmental humanities.' (Introduction)

Landscapes as Identity and Cultural Heritage in Animation– The Australian Bushland, Japanese Urban Agglomeration and Eurasian Steppes, Zilia Zara-Papp , single work criticism

'Animation adapted from literature, folk tales and ancient myths showcases diverse approaches towards reimagining elements of geographical landscapes as cultural identity. This paper aims to compare elements from Australian, Japanese and European animated works where geographical elements are used in order to recreate the original world of the literary work the animation is based on, where landscape defines the identity of the individuals and groups of enchanted animals and human custodians of the land and location. Case studies of Yoram Gross (Dot and the Kangaroo, 1977) Australia, Takahata Isao / Studio Ghibli (Racoon Wars Pom Poko, 1994) Japan and Marcell Jankovics (Song of the Miraculous Doe, 2002) Hungary will provide examples of the creative use of geographical elements to represent changing cultural landscapes and identities as portrayed in animation.' (Publication abstract)

Plunging Down Underi"An immigrant in a land of swimmers who, sinuous, suntanned, at the outdoor pool –", Ian C. Smith , single work poetry
Snorkel Virgini"Wind turns resolve to rags.", Emma J. Young , single work poetry
Zemljai"I am the coloniser and", Natalie D-Napoleon , single work poetry
Pioneer Dayi"Once I was a wilderness,", Natalie D-Napoleon , single work poetry
Hard Data, Soft Datai"bone nullarbor cradles continent above whale bight", Louise Boscacci , single work poetry
Shadow Over Mount Barren, Bronwyne Thomason , single work short story

'A short story that captures scenery of the Fitzgerald National Park and relates it to life-affirming principles of the natural Australian Bush.' (Publication abstract)

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Solastalgia, Nostalgia, Exhilarating, Immersive : Landscapes : Heritage II David F Gray , 2019 single work criticism
— Appears in: Landscapes , vol. 9 no. 1 2019;

'Through 2017/18, as the submissions for our thematic issue Landscapes: Heritage came together, it became apparent that a single issue would not be enough to contain the overwhelming number of responses that we received from Landscapes editor Drew Hubbell’s original call for contributions. Thus the editors decided to spread the contributions across two issues, which has been connected in the title for this issue, Volume 9, as Landscape: Heritage II. Volume 8 continues to surpass the download statistics for an individual issue of Landscapes, which is testimony to Drew’s sense of the importance of the topic. And yet this acknowledges too the talent and craft of current and previous editors Glen Phillips and John Ryan, as well as the enduring support of Executive Dean Professor Clive Barstow of the School of Arts and Humanities at ECU. It is these people who make the journal possible, and yet, ultimately it is the contributors who seasonally breathe life into Landscapes and the environmental humanities.' (Introduction)

Solastalgia, Nostalgia, Exhilarating, Immersive : Landscapes : Heritage II David F Gray , 2019 single work criticism
— Appears in: Landscapes , vol. 9 no. 1 2019;

'Through 2017/18, as the submissions for our thematic issue Landscapes: Heritage came together, it became apparent that a single issue would not be enough to contain the overwhelming number of responses that we received from Landscapes editor Drew Hubbell’s original call for contributions. Thus the editors decided to spread the contributions across two issues, which has been connected in the title for this issue, Volume 9, as Landscape: Heritage II. Volume 8 continues to surpass the download statistics for an individual issue of Landscapes, which is testimony to Drew’s sense of the importance of the topic. And yet this acknowledges too the talent and craft of current and previous editors Glen Phillips and John Ryan, as well as the enduring support of Executive Dean Professor Clive Barstow of the School of Arts and Humanities at ECU. It is these people who make the journal possible, and yet, ultimately it is the contributors who seasonally breathe life into Landscapes and the environmental humanities.' (Introduction)

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