Genevieve Creedon is a literary scholar and an environmental humanist. She studies cultural representations of the environment and animals and the ways in which these representations shape how we think and feel about nature. Her current book project is a cultural history of wonder in U.S. institutions––including national parks, zoos, and Disney theme parks. Other interests include transnational American Studies, post-humanism, global Anglophone and Francophone literatures, and public humanities. She is also a poet and nonfiction writer.
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