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Liverpool : Liverpool University Press, 2018
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ISBN 9781786949363 (electronic bk.)
ISBN 9781786941343
Contemporary Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures Ser. ; v.19
Print version: Pradanos, Luis I. Postgrowth Imaginaries Liverpool : Liverpool University Press,c2018 ISBN 9781786941343
Cover -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Environmental Humanities in the Anthropocene -- The Dominant Imaginary of Economic Growth and Its Social and Ecological Crises -- Environmental Cultural Studies: Challenging Neoliberal Fantasies to Overcome the Crisis of Political Imagination -- Part I: Spanish Culture and Postgrowth Economics -- Chapter 1. Towards an Ecocritical Approach to the Spanish Neoliberal Crisis -- 1.1 Cultural Responses to the Spanish Neoliberal Crisis and the Global Ecocritical Turn -- 1.1.1. Social and Ecological Context -- 1.1.2. Culture of Transition and Culture of Crisis: Historical Iterations of the Growth Imaginary in Spain -- 1.1.3. Post-Development: Towards a Decolonial Spanish Cultural Approach -- 1.2. Spanish Ecocriticism and Ecological Economics: A Great Duet -- 1.2.1. Ecological Economics -- 1.2.2. The Proliferation of Iberian Socioecological Essasys -- 1.3 Challenging Acceleration and Techno-Optimism: The Case for a Euro-Mediterranean Degrowth-Inspired Ecocriticism -- 1.3.1. Degrowth and Slow Movement -- 1.3.2. Questioning Acceleration and Techno-Optimism -- Part II: Urban Ecologies -- Chapter 2. Urban Ecocriticism and Spanish Cultural Studies -- 2.1. Spanish Urban Ecocriticism -- 2.1.1. Metabolic Rift and Urban Metabolism -- 2.1.2. Towards Postgrowth Urban Imaginaries -- 2.2 Interpretative Typology -- 2.2.1. The Crisis of the Urban Growth Machine: Challenging Petromodernity -- 2.2.2. Urban Collapse and Post-Petroleum Futures -- 2.2.3. Non-Urban Spaces and Neo-Ruralization: Escaping the Urban Growth Machine? -- 2.2.4. Postgrowth Urban Imaginaries: Imagining and Performing the Ecopolist -- Part III: Waste, Disaster, Refugees, and Nonhuman Agency -- Chapter 3. Nonhuman Agency and the Political Ecology of Waste -- 3.1. Politics and Aesthetics of Garbage in Post-2008 Spanish Culture.
3.2. Soft Pollution, Social Metabolism, and Surplus Population -- Chapter 4. Disaster Fiction, the Pedagogy of Catastrophe, and the Dominant Imaginary -- 4.1. El barco -- 4.2. The impossible -- Conclusion: The Global Rise of Postgrowth Imaginaries -- Selected Bibliography -- Index.
Postgrowth Imaginaries brings together environmental cultural studies and postgrowth economics to examine radical cultural shifts sparked by the global financial crisis. The globalization of an economic culture addicted to constant growth destroys the ecological planetary systems while failing to fulfil its social promises. A transition toward what Pradanos calls ’postgrowth imaginaries’--the counterhegemonic cultural sensibilities that are challenging the growth paradigm--is well underway in the Iberian Peninsula today..

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