Kirkpatrick, Kathryn

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“Charged with resistance”: An Ecocritical Reading of Barbara Kingsolver’s Prodigal Summer and Flight Behavior 2015 5256 This thesis analyzes Barbara Kingsolver’s Prodigal Summer and Flight Behavior through an ecofeminist lens. The women in these novels understand that human and nonhuman lives, including plants and animals, intersect in real and meaningful ways. This r...
Elegy For The Eastern Cougar: Forgotten Souls Of Appalachia 2018 495 The eastern cougar once ranged from eastern Canada to Georgia, thriving in the mountains and forests of Appalachia and its surroundings. Before Europeans arrived, cougars roamed freely. Soon after the European colonization of the United States, settl...
Create, Destroy, Refigure: Capitalocene Identity In Margaret Atwood’s Oryx And Crake And The Year Of The Flood 2021 8 This text examines and interrogates the presence of the new term “Capitalocene identity” in Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood. In defining Capitalocene identity as “the compilation of climate crisis and late capitalism-altere...
If I Believe You: A Feminist Awakening 2021 11 I was a strong child. As family members describe me, “You were always doing a job, making sure everything went according to plan.” Now, I smile in recognition. I was a determined child too, who in some cases, was fueled by being told I would not be a...
Finding Vegan Poetics In Literature For Nonhumans 2017 614 In the ever-expanding realm of scholarship discussing nonhuman animals, the question of the animal is experiencing shifts to integrate ethics of care. To explore an extension of ecofeminist writing—vegan poetics—my paper enters the debate among eco-w...