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Employees from AmeriCU Credit Union recently assisted Catholic Charities of Oswego County (CCOC), in reorganizing their thrift store as a Community Day project so that the store can soon re open to the public. AmeriCu employees who participated were, from left: Theresa Rockwell, Paula Ford, Marianne Reeves Drok, Gail Rizzo Spilka, Charlie Noel, Tab Rightmyre, Catholic Charities Executive Director, Mary Margaret Pekow; and John Arnold. For more information on supporting CCOC, contact Catholic Charities of Oswego County at 315 598 3980..
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Reflecting on the article’s importance as a critical experiment and, perhaps, a vital form of public engagement, Contemporary Studies Network (CSN) asked six of its members, working across very different areas of literary and cultural studies, to respond to and extend Macfarlane’s article, mapping the different ways in which literary scholars might approach the age of the Anthropocene. Conducted via email, this roundtable conversation asks to what extent the Anthropocene marks a new era in literary criticism, how exactly it extends pre existing strands of ecocriticism and trauma studies, and what the global scope of the term might be beyond the confines of the Western literary canon. Discussion ranges from issues of temporality to genre and form and it also addresses Macfarlane’s rhetoric, his call to arms for those working in the humanities, for a more comprehensive investigation in to the roles of literature and art in responding to and representing what may become a new epoch..