|aThe roots of environmental consciousness :|bpopular tradition and personal experience /|cedited by Stephen Hussey and Paul Thompson.
|aLondon ;|aNew York :|bRoutledge,|c2000.
|aviii, 226 p. ;|c25 cm.
|aRoutledge studies in memory and narrative ;|v6
|aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
|aIntroduction : The roots of environmental consciousness : popular tradition and personal experience / Stephen Hussey and Paul Thompson -- The English, the trees, the wild and the green : two millennia of mythological metamorphoses / Paul Thompson -- Animals, children and peasants in Tuscany : a note on the San Gersol歋 archive / Giovanni Contini -- Narrating nature : perceptions of the environment and attitudes towards it in life stories / Daniela Koleva -- When the water comes : memories of survival after the 1953 flood / Selma Leydesdorff -- 'Our land is our only wealth' : changing relationships with the environment / Olivia Bennett -- Using community memory against the onslaught of development : a case study of successful resettlement in Zapata, Texas / Jaclyn Jeffrey -- Signs of things to come : metaphor and environmental consciousness in a Yucatecan community / David W. Forrest -- The environmental movement in Kazakstan : ecology, democracy and nationalism / Timothy Edmunds -- Paths to ecofeminist activism : life stories from the north-east of England / Niamh Moore -- Pathways to the Amazon : British campaigners in the Brazilian rainforest / Andrea Zhouri --Reviews. 'Not otherwise touchable somehow' : ecocriticism and literature / Jeff Wallace ; Archetypal history : Simon Schama's Landscape and memory / Bill Schwarz.