Deutsch Intern
    American Studies

    61st Annual Convention of the GAAS

    Würzburg, June 12-15, 2014

    Workshop 7. A World on the Move: The Environmental Politics of Migration

    Gesa Mackenthun (Rostock)
    Dead Buffaloes and Pleistocene Overkill: The Myth of the Un-Ecologial Indian

    Alexandra Ganser (Wien)
    From "wall-flower" to "Queen of the forest": Nature and Mobility in Caroline Kirkland's A New Home; Who'll Follow? (1839)

    Judith Rauscher (Bamberg)
    Dwelling in Diaspora: The Environmental Politics of Displacement in Arthur Sze’s The Ginkgo Light

    René Dietrich (Mainz)
    Reversing the Migration: Environmental Politics and Decolonization in Into America: The Ancestor's Land

    Johannes Fehrle (Mannheim)
    "Zombies Don't Recognize Borders": Framing Ecology through Popular Culture


    Christine Gerhardt
    Universität Bamberg
    An der Universität 9
    D-96045 Bamberg

    Christa Grewe-Volpp
    Universität Mannheim
    Schloß EW 264
    68131 Mannheim