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Selected Publications

Selected Publications        

See Research Pages for further details and sample articles


BOOKS

Ivakhiv, A. J. Ecologies of the Moving Image: Cinema, Affect, Nature (Wilfrid Laurier University Press Environmental Humanities Series, 2013).

Ivakhiv, A. J. Claiming Sacred Ground: Pilgrims and Politics at Glastonbury and Sedona (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001).
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Hobgood Oster, L., A. J. Ivakhiv, J. Kaplan, B. R. Taylor (ed.-in-ch.), and M. York, eds. Encyclopedia of Religion and Nature, 2 vols. (Thoemmes Continuum, 2005).

Ivakhiv, A. J. Ecologies of Identity: Enchantments of Nature and Culture in a Globalizing World (in progress).

Ivakhiv, A. J. Why Objects Fly Out the Window: A Process-Relational Manifesto-Thriller (in progress).


SOME RECENT JOURNAL ARTICLES & BOOK CHAPTERS

Ivakhiv, A. J. and Catherine M. Tucker, “Intersections of Nature, Science, and Religion: An Introduction,” in Nature, Science, and Religion: Intersections Shaping Society and the Environment, ed. C. M. Tucker. Santa Fe, NM: School of Advanced Research (SAR) Press, 2012.

Ivakhiv, A. J. “Religious (Re)Turns in the Wake of Global Nature: Toward a Cosmopolitics,” in Nature, Science, and Religion: Intersections Shaping Society and the Environment, ed. C. M. Tucker. Santa Fe, NM: School of Advanced Research (SAR) Press, 2012.

Ivakhiv, A. J. “Teaching Ecocriticism and Cinema.” In Teaching Ecocriticism and Green Cultural Studies, ed. G. Garrard. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

Ivakhiv, A. J. "The Wound of What Has Not Happened Yet: Cine-Semiotics of Eco-Trauma." Umelec International 11. 2 (2011).

Ivakhiv, A. J.  “Cinema of the Not-Yet: The Utopian Promise of Film as Heterotopia.” Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture 5.2 (2011), 186-209.

Ivakhiv, A. J. The Anthrobiogeomorphic Machine: Stalking the Zone of Cinema.” Film-Philosophy 15.1 (2011), 118-139.

Ivakhiv, A. J. Opening Pandora’s Film,” with B. R. Taylor. Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture 4.4 (2010), 384-393.

Ivakhiv, A. J. Nature’s Nation: Improvisation, Democracy, and Ken Burns’ National Parks,Environmental Communication 4.4 (2010), 1-7.

Ivakhiv, A. J. From Frames to Resonance Machines: The Neuropolitics of Environmental Communication.” Environmental Communication 4.1 (2010), 109-121.

Ivakhiv, A. J. Stirring the Geopolitical Unconscious: Towards a Jamesonian Ecocriticism?New Formations 64 (2008), 98-109.

Ivakhiv, A. J. Social Nature: Collapsing Dichotomies Without Unraveling the Fabric of Things.” Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture 2.2 (2008), 258-266.

Ivakhiv, A. J. Green Film Criticism and Its Futures.” Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 15.2 (2007), 1-28. Also published in Foreign Literature Studies 29 (1), special issue on ecocriticism.

Ivakhiv, A. J. “Religion, Nature, and Culture: Theorizing the Field.” Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture 1.1 (2007), 47-57.

Ivakhiv, A. J. “Power Trips: Making Sacred Space in New Age Pilgrimage.” In Handbook of New Age Religion, ed. James R. Lewis and Daren Kemp, 263-286. Amsterdam and Boston: Brill Academic, 2007.

Ivakhiv, A. J.Stoking the Heart of (a Certain) Europe: Crafting Hybrid Identities in the Ukraine-EU Borderlands.” Spaces of Identity 6.1 (2006), 11-44.

Ivakhiv, A. J.Toward a Geography of ‘Religion’: On the Spatial Dimension of Significance.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 96.1 (2006), 169-175. 

Ivakhiv, A. J.Coloring Cape Breton ‘Celtic’: Topographies of Culture and Identity in Cape Breton Island.” Ethnologies 27 (2): 107-136.

Ivakhiv, A. J. “Nature and Ethnicity in East European Paganism: An Environmental Ethics of the Religious Right?” Pomegranate 7.2 (2005), 194-225. 

Ivakhiv, A. J. “In Search of Deeper Identities: Paganism and Native Faith in Contemporary Ukraine.” Nova Religio 8.3 (2005), 7-38.

Ivakhiv, A. J. “The Revival of Ukrainian Native Faith.” Modern Paganism in World Cultures: Comparative Perspectives, ed. Michael F. Strmiska, 209-239. Oxford, U.K.: ABC-CLIO, 2005.



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