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Nature and the Humanities

Spring 2010

Volume 27.1

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Contents

Co-Editors' Introduction
    Lee Ann Elliott Westman     University of Texas at El Paso  
     Stephen Husarik     University of Arkansas at Fort Smith
3
   
The Voices of the Natural World:
Redefining the Humanities in the Context of Nature
     Marion Copeland     Independent Scholar
6
   
Images and Representation of British Imperialism: Cinematic
Adaptations of A.E.W. Mason's The Four Feathers
     Richard A. Voeltz     Cameron University
12
   
Is Psychoanalysis a Humanism? Notes about The Seminar of Jacques
Lacan. Book XVII: The Other Side of Psychoanalysis
      Jerry Espinoza R.     Universidad de Costa Rica
28
   
New South, New China, and the Refashioning of Womanhood: A
Comparative Study of Kate Chopin's The Awakening and Zhang
Ailing's Lust, Caution (Se jie)
     Zuqiong Ma     University of Louisville
37
   
Don Giovanni: Mozart's Musical Con Man
     Geoffrey Faust     Independent Scholar
46
   
My Lord, What a Morning!: A Representation of Marian Anderson
In an Intercultural, Cold War Context
     Sharon R. Vriend-Robinette     Davenport University
57
   
"A Time of Opening": Literary Practices in the Age of New Media and
Digital Textuality
     Viola Lasmana     Independent Scholar
70
   

Animals are People, Too: Ethical Lessons about Animals from Native
American Sacred Stories

     Dave Aftandilian     Texas Christian University
79
   
The Material Thinking of Caspar David Freidrich and Gustav Mahler
     David L. Mosley     Bellarmine University
99
   
Interview with Dover Artist Susan Davidoff
     Kerry Doyle     University of Texas at El Paso
112
   
Redwoods  
     Jocelyn Chapman     Santa Rosa Junior College
118
   
Book Reviews    
   
The Idea of Nature in Disney Animation by David Whitley
     Reviewed by Wynn Yarbrough
     IH Book Review Editor     University of the District of Columbia
119
   
Sacred Waters: Arts for Mami Wata and Other Divinities in Africa and
the Diaspora
by Henry John Drewal, ed.
   Leslie Brice      Corcoran College of Art and Design

124

   
   
Notes on Contributors
130
   
Editorial Policies
133
   
HERA Membership/IH Subscriptions
134
   
Escobilla, Outer Planet Missions (front cover)
     by Suzi Davidoff     Etching w/chine colle and cochineal, 30" x 22", 2005
   
Japanese Aralia with Mercury and Venus's Dance (back cover)
    by Suzi Davidoff     Charcoal, watercolor, earth, gesso, wax, 52.5" x 52.5", 2010  
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