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Ashton Nichols

Ashton Nichols is the Walter E. Beach '56 Chair in Sustainability Studies at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. He is the author of The Revolutionary “I”: Wordsworth and the Politics of Self-Presentation and The Poetics of Epiphany: Nineteenth-Century Origins of the Modern Literary Moment, and the editor of Romantic Natural Histories: Wordsworth, Darwin, and Others. He has published articles in The Wordsworth Circle, ISLE, and The Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, among numerous other journals. He is currently completing Thoreau's Walden: An Ecocritical Edition.

Works

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Beyond Romantic Ecocriticism
Toward Urbanatural Roosting

Palgrave Macmillan
Charting a pervasive paradigm shift, Ashton Nichols chronicles the revolutionary turn away from the view of “Nature” as static and separate from humans as it...
Ashton Nichols

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