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[R.E.A.D] Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor Free Book

[R.E.A.D] Slow

Violence and the

Environmentalism of

the Poor Free Book

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“Slow Violence is inspiring, innovative, and passionate. Nixon forces us to confront some of

the most urgent issues facing the continued existence of humans on the planet. He re-energizes

environmental literature, infusing the field with the transnational concerns of world literature, and

creatively reinvigorates post-colonial studies.――Hazel Carby, Yale University“Nixon

jumpstarts a conversation between the fields of eco-criticism and postcolonial studies, and the

outcome is brilliant. A landmark achievement, directed with great care, lucidity, and no end of

foresight.――Andrew Ross, New York University“How can we dramatize slow violence?

This beautifully written book shows how writers have conjured the invisible environmental

calamities that have come to be the hallmark of modern times. The damage in question is out of

sight--and out of mind for the global elites who command center stage. Nixon's evocative prose

redoubles the charge of the writers who fight to show us the central challenge of our era. Everyone

should read this book.――Anna Tsing, author of Friction: An Ethnography of Global

Connection“This is a fine book, disturbing and revealing in content, and worthy of lengthy

study.――Jules Pretty, Times Higher Education“The work is groundbreaking in its call to

reconsider our approach to the slow rhythm of time in the very concrete realms of environmental

health and social justice, as well as its investigation of both the power and challenges inherent in

creative representation...Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor challenges readers

to new modes of thinking through grave realities. In so doing, it makes a fundamental contribution

to contemporary debates.――Monica Seger, World Literature Today“The previously

published sections of Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor placed Nixon in the

vanguard of a movement to make ecocriticism and environmentalism more attuned to imperialism

(past and present), to related global injustices, and to postcolonial literatures. The book itself

ensures his position among the most prominent voices of what has come to be known as

postcolonial ecocriticism, part of a larger effort to open 'up paths, inside the academy and beyond,

to more diverse accommodations of what counts as environmental.' Yet, even by the standards of

this field, Slow Violence is impressively interdisciplinary and activist. Not only does it draw

extensively on environmental history, the social sciences, and various kinds of journalism, it also

offers keen historical and sociological insight into pressing contemporary issues. Slow Violence

will be engaging and accessible to all those working in academia and beyond who are interested in

social justice and its relationship with environmental change. In fact, in his role as a public


intellectual, in his cl

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