A number of these chapters and journal articles can be downloaded through the University of Tasmania’s ecite system (URLs are provided here)
2019 tbp. ‘Reconstructing Representations: “Australia” as Ecocritical Andragogy’. Ecocritical Concerns and the Australian Continent. Eds. Beate Neumeier and Helen Tiffin. (Ecocritical Theory and Practice Series, Rowan & Littlefield International). (Specific focus on Patrick White’s Voss, and Gabrielle Lord’s Salt, using ecocritical methodologies)
2019 March. ‘Eco Churches, Eco Synagogues, Eco Hollywood: 21st-century practical responses to Lynn White, Jr.’s and Andrew Furman’s 20th century readings of environments in Crisis’. Routledge Handbook of Ecocriticism and Environmental Communication. Eds. Scott Slovic, Swarnalatha Rangarajan, Vidya Sarveswaran. ISBN: 978-1-138-05313-7 (hbk)
2017 ‘Climate and Culture in Australia and New Zealand’, with Charles Dawson (NZ), A Cambridge Global History of Literature and the Environment. Eds. Louise Westling and John Parham (Cambridge: CUP). ISBN: 978131621257
2012 ‘An Ecocritical Reading of Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger’. Contemporary Contemplations of Ecoliterature. Ed. Suresh Frederick. New Delhi: AuthorsPress. (228-266). ISBN: 978-81-7273-642-2 [Name published erroneously as C.A. Caranston, ‘An Ecocritical Reading of Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger’]. (37mgb) http://ecite.utas.edu.au/86099
This article is available to download and it provides an excellent teaching resource and background to ecocritical methodologies. The article has been downloaded close to a 1000 times in India and Pakistan.
2009 ‘Literary Ecoconsciousness’ in Reading Down Under: Australian Literary Studies Reader. Eds. Amit Sarwal and Reema Sarwal. New Delhi: SSS Publications. (379-385). ISBN No. 81-902282-1-0
2009 ‘From Shanty to Shanti: Teaching Australian Literature in India’ in ‘Australian Literature in a Global World’, JASAL Vol. 9, pp.1-14. http://www.nla.gov.au/openpublish/index.php/jasal/index
2009 ‘Challenging Contemporary Ecocritical Place Discourses: Military Brats, Shadow Places, and Homeplace Consumerism’. Indian Journal of Ecocriticism. Vol. 2, pp. 72-89. http://eprints.utas.edu.au/9597/
2008 ‘Wet, in the Mindscape of the Dry’ in Words on Water: Literary and Cultural Representations. Maureen Devine and Christa Grewe-Volpp (eds). Wissenschaftliche Verlag Trier: Germany http://eprints.utas.edu.au/8724/
The article ‘Wet, in the Mindscape of the Dry’ provides an excellent teaching resource demonstrating an ecocritical reading of Jack Hibberd’s ‘A Stretch of the Imagination’. It discusses also WW2 immigrant responses to Australia’s ‘vernacular’ building material, corrugated iron. The article is available for download.
2007 ‘Setting the Scene: Littoral and Critical Contexts’. Robert Zeller and CA. Cranston, in The Littoral Zone: Australian Contexts and their Writers: Ecocriticism. Amsterdam & New York: Rodopi Press. (pp. 7-30). http://eprints.utas.edu.au/4692/
2007 ‘Islands’ (ecocriticism) in The Littoral Zone: Australian Contexts and their Writers. Amsterdam: Rodopi Press. (pp. 219-260). http://eprints.utas.edu.au/4749/
2004 Chapter, ‘C.J. Koch (1932-)’. Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume Two Eighty Nine: Australian Writers, 1950-1975. Selina Samuels (ed.). Bruccoli Clark Layman, pp. 196-206. Available as an e-print: http://eprints.utas.edu.au/535/
2003 ‘Rambling in Overdrive’. Tasmanian Historical Studies 8 (2 ): 28-39. Available as an e-print: http://eprints.utas.edu.au/528/
2002 Chapter, ‘John Morrison’. Dictionary of Literary Biography Volume Two Hundred Sixty: Australian Writers, 1915-1950. Selina Samuels (ed.).Bruccoli Clark Layman, pp. 239-249. Available as an e-print: http://eprints.utas.edu.au/53
2001 Australian Literature Gateway and Scholarly Electronic Text and Image Service (SETIS citation 14:2) e-published ‘Sentimental Jonah’s Heart of Stone’. Originally published in Australian Literary Studies, 14 (October 1989): 216-228.
2001 ‘Tasmanian Nature Writing and Ecocriticism’. Australian Literary Studies in the 21st Century. Philip Mead (ed.). ASAL: Hobart, pp. 59-67. Available as an e-print: http://eprints.utas.edu.au/527/