Willa Cather's Ecological Imagination

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Patrick K. Dooley is Board of Trustees Professor of Philosophy at St. Bonaventure University. He has published three books and more than sixty articles and book chapters in the general area of philosophy and American Culture, including The Pluralistic Philosophy of Stephen Crane. Dooley is editor of the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Newsletter.

Mark A. R. Facknitz has taught at James Madison University since 1983. The 1989 winner of the Virginia Prize for fiction, his creative work has appeared in The Georgia Review, Shenandoah, Story Quarterly, The Iowa Review, and numerous other magazines. He has written articles on Raymond Carver in Studies in Short Fiction, cea Critic, and qwerty and was a contributor to Ewing Campbell's Raymond Carver: A Study of the Short Fiction.

Cheryll Glotfelty is associate professor of literature and the environment at the University of Nevada, Reno. She is co- founder and associate editor of Isle: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and the Environment; co-founder, past president, and co-president of the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment, as well as co-founder and associate editor of the American Nature Writing Newsletter.

Jan Goggans received her Ph.D. in English at the University of California, Davis; her dissertation was “The Shape of Community in the Visual West: Land, Water, and Women in the Work of Dorothea Lange and Paul Taylor.” Her publications include interviews with Isabel Allende, Carolyn See, and Pam Houston as well as essays and interviews with farmers and growers in the Putah and Cache Creek watersheds.

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