Table of Contents
Introduction: Imagining Climate Change Futures
Chapter 1: Climate Change Fictions in Context: Socio-Politics, Environmental Discourse and Literature
Chapter 2: Scaling Climate Change-The Transformation of Place in Climate Change Fiction
Chapter 3: Reimagining Time in Climate Change Fiction
Chapter 4: Manufactured Uncertainty: Climate Risks in an Age of "Heightened Security"
Chapter 5: Climate Cultures in Kim Stanley Robinson's Science in the Capital Trilogy
Chapter 6: Representing the Underrepresented: Climate Justice and Future Responsibilities in Climate Change Fiction <
Conclusion: Climate Change Fiction and the Introduction of New Genres in Environmental Crisis Discourse
Antonia Mehnert currently works in environmental communication and consulting for a Munich-based environmental project agency. She received her PhD from the Rachel Carson Center and the American Studies Department at the University of Munich, Germany. Her research interests include ecocriticism and climate change, Chicana/o studies, and the postcolonial Caribbean. She has published various articles on climate change fiction in academic, as well as non-academic journals, and is the co-founder of EASLCE's postgraduate forum "Environment, Literature, Culture" (ELC).