MARCH 2017 (44.1) TABLE OF CONTENTS

Special Issue
Environmental Ethics and Activism in Indigenous Literature and Film
Guest Editors: Isabelle St-Amand and Warren Cariou

Introduction
Environmental Ethics through Changing Landscapes: Indigenous Activism and Literary Arts
Warren Cariou and Isabelle St-Amand 7

“Our Economy Walks on the Land”: Secwepemc Resistance and Resilience after the Imperial Metals Mt. Polley Tailings Storage Facility Breach
Norah Bowman 25

Le collectif Arnait Video Productions et le cinéma engagé des femmes inuits :
Guérison communautaire et mémoire culturelle
Karine Bertrand 36

Pipelines, Mines, and Dams: Indigenous Water Ecologies and the Fight for a Sustainable Future
William Huggins 54

L’âme en tannage de Natasha Kanapé Fontaine : Souveraineté orale, territoriale et mémorielle
Gabrielle Marcoux 68

Articles

The First Major Theoretician? Northrop Frye and Literary Theory
Jonathan A. Allan 82

“Orients” of the Mind: Deviance, Sexual Enlightenment, and True Love in Fredericks’s Degenerate Empress, Vynnychuk’s Zhytiie haremnoie (Life in the Harem), and Parker’s Roxelana & Suleyman
Maryna Romanets 95

Ghost Returns and Historical Memories in
Zhang Yimou’s Gui lai and Pedro Almodóvar’s Volver
Miaowei Weng 111

Review Article

The End of Extreme Cinema Studies
Troy Michael Bordun 122

Book Reviews

Bloch, R. Howard, et al., eds.
Rethinking the New Medievalism
Stephen R. Reimer 137

Vinken, Barbara
Flaubert Postsecular: Modernity Crossed Out
Kate Rees 141

Denton, A. Kirk, ed.
The Columbia Companion to Modern Chinese Literature
Letizia Fusini 144

Figueroa, Víctor
Prophetic Visions of the Past: Pan-Caribbean Representations of the Haitian Revolution
Kahlil Chaar-Pérez 148

Morton, Timothy
Dark Ecology: For a Logic of Future Coexistence
Kristin George Bagdanov 152

Bérubé, Michael
The Secret Life of Stories: From Don Quixote to Harry Potter, How Understanding Intellectual Disability Transforms the Way We Read
Adam Barrows 156