ASLE - Engineering for the Planet

Saturday, July 13, 2019 - 4:00pm
Thoreau Society, Annual Gathering, 58 Monument Square, Concord, MA

Panel Sponsored by The Association for the Study of Literature and Environment

Engineering for the Planet, Rochelle Johnson, panel chair

1. Engineering the Self in Walden and Walden Two, Michelle Neely, Assistant Professor of English, Connecticut College

2. Thoreau Alone Again, Mark Noble, Associate Professor, Georgia State University

3. Thoreau's Eco-Erotics, Cristin Ellis, Associate Professor of English, University of Mississippi

4. Thoreau’s Philosophy of Description, Dominic Mastroianni, Associate Professor of English, Clemson University

5. Respondent: Rochelle Johnson, Professor of English & Environmental Studies, College of Idaho