If you’d like to see the table of contents from the jointly published special issue of American Literature 93.3 (also guest edited by John Levi Barnard, Stephanie Foote, Jessica Hurley, and Jeff Insko) click here.
Special issue: Infrastructures of Emergency, guest edited by John Levi Barnard, Stephanie Foote, Jessica Hurley, Jeff Insko
“Introduction: The Ruins of the Future,” John Levi Barnard and Stephanie Foote
“Infrastructural Prolepsis: Contemporary American Literature and the Future Anterior,” Reuben Martens and Pieter Vermeulen
“The Aesthetics of Water Reclamation: Cinema and the Irrigated West,” Maren Loveland
“‘Far from the Gulf Coast, but Near it Too’: Art, Attachment, and Deepwater Horizon,” Thomas S. Davis
“‘They’re killing us and they don’t care’: Environmental Sacrifice and Resilience in Louisiana’s Cancer Alley,” Simi Kang
“After the Outbreak: Narrative, Infrastructure, and Pandemic Time,”