- Title Pages
- Introduction Critical Environments: World-Ecology, World Literature, and the Caribbean
- Prologue: The Brutalization of Truth
- Chapter One The Political Ecology of Storms in Caribbean Literature
- Chapter Two Zombies, Gender, and World-Ecology: Gothic Narrative in the Work of Ana Lydia Vega and Mayra Montero
- Chapter Three <i>Gade nan mizè-a m tonbe</i>: Vodou, the 2010 Earthquake, and Haiti’s Environmental Catastrophe
- Chapter Four ‘The Abstract Globe in One’s Head’: Robert Schomburgk, Wilson Harris, and the Ecology of Modernism
- Chapter Five Mining and Mastery: Ethnography and World-Ecology in the Work of Charles Barrington Brown
- Chapter Six Hegemony in Guyana: REDD-plus and State Control over Indigenous Peoples and Resources
- Chapter Seven Ecopoetics of Pleasure and Power in Oonya Kempadoo’s <i>Tide Running</i>
- Chapter Eight Jamaica and the Beast: Negril and the Tourist Landscape
- Chapter Nine Ecology, Identity, and Colonialism in Martinique: The Discourse of an Environmental NGO (1980–2011)
- Epilogue: <i>Tingaling</i>
- Notes on Contributors
- The Caribbean
- Liverpool University Press
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