Gary Snyder Studies

Gary Snyder Studies


Almon, Bert Lynn, The Imagination of Gary Snyder (The University of New Mexico, US, 1971).

Arnold, Delmar Wilson, Jr.,
All in the Family: Gary Snyder's Poetics of Reinhabitation (The University of Iowa, US, 2000).

Barondeau, Benjamin Michael., "Each One a Pilgrim of Four Billion Years": Religious Perspectives on Animals in the Prose of Annie Dillard and Gary Snyder (South Dakota State University,US, 2008).

Bartlett, Karen Joy,
Jewels in Net: The American Buddhist Poetics of Gary Snyder (University of Georgia,US, 2000).

Behm, Richard H, A study of the Function of Myth in the Work of Four Contemporary Poets: Charles Simic, Galway Kinnell, Gary Snyder, and Robert Duncan (Bowling Green State University, US, 1976).

Bradley, Nicholas Philip Richard,
Ecology and Knowledge in the Poetry of Pacific North America (University of Toronto,Canada, 2006).

Christensen, Laird Evan, Spirit Astir in the World: Sacred Poetry in the Age of Ecology (University of Oregon, US, 1999).

Cochran, Stuart,
Styles of the Wild City (University of New York,US, 2000).

Connelly, Patrick J,
The Ecopoetics of Gary Snyder (Indiana University of Pennsylvania, US, 2005).

El-Sharif, Nabil Mahmoud, Ecological Themes in the Poetry of A. R. Ammons, Allen Ginsberg, and Gary Snyder (Indiana University, US, 1983).

Falk, Jane Elizabeth, The Beat Avant-garde, the 1950s, and the Popularizing of Zen Buddhism in theUnited States (The OhioState University,US, 2002).

Gage, Maura Ruth,
Identity, Masculinity, and Feminity in the Poetry of Gary Snyder (University of South Florida, US, 1997).

Giles, Todd R., Transpacific Transcendence: The Buddhist Poetics of Jack Kerouac, Gary Snyder, and Philip Whalen (University of Kansas,US, 2010).

Glick, Nicole E,
Transformational Poetry: Ecofeminism in Jeffers, Snyder, Rich and Coleman (University of California,Riverside,US, 2004).

Gonnerman, Mark, "On the Path, Off the Trail": Gary Snyder's Education and the Makings of American Zen (Stanford University,US, 2004).

Grapin, Scott., Grind the Ink, Wet the Brush, Dance the Pine Tree: Reading and Writing Nature with Gary Snyder's "Riprap" and "Mountains and Rivers Without End" (Villanova University, 2008).

Gray, Timothy George,
New lyric Worlds: Gary Snyder's Pacific Rim Communitas, 1930-1970 (University of California, Santa Barbara, US, 1998).

Harner, Devin Grant, Landscape and Memory in the Poetry of Philip Levine and Gary Snyder (University of Delaware,US, 2007).

He, Yuemin, The Exoticized Other: Positive Images of the Chinese in Twentieth-century American poetry (Southern Illinois University at Carbondale,US, 2004).

Hegarty, Emily Ann,
Reproductive Anxiety in Contemporary American Environmental Poetry (City University of New York, US, 1996).

Hertz, Jason T.,
Re-inhabiting the Islands: Senses of Place in the Poetry of Gary Snyder and Derek Walcott (Western Carolina University,US, 2011).

Jaeger, Sharon Ann,
Toward a Poetics of Embodiment: The Cognitive Rhetoric of Gary Snyder's "The Practice of the Wild" (University of Pennsylvania, US, 1995).

Jeon, Deuk Ju,
Nature and Poetry: An Ecocritical Approach to Modern Poetry (from the Romantic Age to the Ecological Age)(The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, US, 2004).

Johnston, Allan James,
Reinventing the Metaphors: Toward an Ecological Aesthetics in the Writings of Robinson Jeffers, Kenneth Rexroth, and Gary Snyder (University of California, Davis, US, 1988).

Jungels, William J, The Use of Native-American Mythologies in the Poetry of Gary Snyder (State University of New York at Buffalo, US, 1973).

Justin, Jeffrey Arthur,
Unknown Land Poetry: Walt Whitman, Robert Bly, and Gary Snyder (University of Michigan, US, 1973).

Kang, Yong-ki,
Poststructuralist Environmentalism and Beyond: Ecoconsciousness in Snyder, Kingsolver, and Momaday (Indiana University of Pennsylvania, US, 1996).

Kern, Robert Alan, The Work of Gary Snyder (Harvard University, US, 1972).

Kim, Eunseong,
The Politics of Nature in the Works of Robinson Jeffers and Gary Snyder (Indiana University of Pennsylvania, US, 2002).

Kraus, James W, Gary Snyder’s Biopoetics: A Study of the Poet as Ecologist (Poetry, Ecology, California) (University of Hawai'i, US, 1986).

Langford, Donald Stewart,
The Primacy of Place in Gary Snyder's Ecological Vision (The Ohio State University, US, 1993).

Leach, Thomas James, Jr, Gary Snyder: Poet AS Mythographer (The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, US, 1974).

Lewis, Corey Lee, Reading the Trail: Exploring the Literature and Natural History of the California Crest (University of Nevada,Reno,US, 2003).

Lin, Jyan-lung, Gary Snyder's Poetry: A Study of the Formation and Transformation of His Enlightened Vision (Michigan State University, US, 1992).

McCurry, Sara Kathleen, The Places of Contemporary American Poetry (University of Oregon,US, 2005).

McDougall, James Innis.,
Innovations and Exclusions: The Incorporation of Chinese Literature in Modern American Poetry(University of Florida,US, 2007).

McSharry, Kathleen Jeanne,
Interracial Relations and Identity Constructions in Post-World War II American Literature (The University of Wisconsin - Madison, US, 1994).

Megerle, Brenda Powell,
Contemporary Poets: The Quest for Value Beyond Nihilism (University of California, Berkeley, US, 1980).

Murray, Matthew Dodd, Body Matters: Gary Snyder, the Self and Ecopoetics (University of North Texas,US, 2000).

Newman, Phillip Michael, Zen and the Natural World in the Art of Jack Kerouac and Gary Snyder (California State University,Fresno,US, 2001).

Nordstrom, Lars, Theodore Roethke, William Stafford, and Gary Snyder: The Ecological Metaphor as Transformed Regionalism (Uppsala Universitet, Sweden, 1989).

Nunnally, Patrick DeWitt,Visions of Sustainable place: Voice, Land, and Culture in Rural America (The University of Iowa, US, 1989).

O'Connell, Nicholas Brown,
On Sacred Ground: The Landscape Literature of the Pacific Northwest (University of Washington, US, 1996).

Okada, Roy Kazuaki,
Zen and the Poetry of Gary Snyder (The University of Wisconsin-Madison, US, 1973).

Park, Byoungkook.
The Biographic and Poetic Dimensions in Gary Snyder's Green Buddhism Poetry: "Cold Mountain", "Mountains and Rivers Without End", and "Danger on Peaks" (Western Michigan University,US, 2007).

Paulenich, Craig Francis, A Deep Path: Shamanic Tradition and Anglo-American Poetry (Bowling Green State University, US, 1989).

Perluss, Elizabeth Ann, Landscape Archetypes: Islands, Valleys, Mountains, and Deserts (Pacifica Graduate Institute, US, 2004).

Phillips, Rodney L,
"Forest Beatniks" and "Urban Thoreaus": Beat Literature and Nature (Michigan State University, US, 1996).

Pickett, Rebecca A,
Gary Snyder and the Mythological Present (The University of Nebraska–Lincoln, US, 1981).

Quetchenbach, Bernard W, Back from the "Far Field": Speaking of (and for) Nature in the Work of Three Contemporary American Poets (Purdue University, US, 1993).

Rao, Vimala C, Oriental Influence on the Writings of Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and Gary Snyder (The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, US, 1974).

Romesburg, Rod Anthony,
Butterfly in the Garden: Chaos Theory and Contemporary Nature Writing (University of California, Davis, US, 1999).

Ryan, Michael C.,
From the Wilderness Act to "The Monkey Wrench Gang": Seeking Wild Nature in American Environmental Writing, 1964—1975 (Ohio University, US, 2007).

Schlueter, Luke Cyril,
The ground Sense Necessary: Mining the Domestic in Gary Snyder and Wendell Berry  (Kent State University,US, 2000).

Schuler, Robert Jordan,
Journeys Toward the Original Mind: The Longer Poems of Gary Snyder  (University of Minnesota, US, 1989).

Shiota, Hiroshi, Gary Snyder's Bioregionalism Focusing on "No Nature" and "Mountains and Rivers Without End" (Hiroshima University,Japan, 2003).

Smith, Eric Todd, Dwelling in Impermanence: Identity, Change, and Literature of Place (University of California, Davis, US, 1999).

Stalling, Jonathan.,
Poetics of Emptiness: Transformations of East Asian Philosophy and Poetics in Twentieth-century American Poetry (State University of New York at Buffalo,US, 2006).

Stinson, Donald Randy, Immersion: A Collection of Original Poems with a Critical Introduction (Oklahoma State University, US, 1998).

Tan, Joan Qionglin, Han Shan, Chan Buddhism and Gary Snyder: Perspectives on Gary Snyder's Ecopoetic Way (University of Wales,UK, 2008).

Tanaka, Hiroyoshi Taiken,
Buddhism in Some American Poets: Dickinson, Williams, Stevens and Snyder (Aichi Gakuin Daigaku,Japan, 2007).

Thimme, David Gerhardt,
Gary Snyder's Idiosyncratic Buddhist Poetics and the "Razoredge" (University of Louisville,US, 2006).

Tomkiewicz, Katarzyna, Hunting and Fishing in Contemporary American Literature (Michigan State University, US, 1994).

Vincent, Doug,
A Buddhist Reading (The University of Western Ontario,Canada, 2008).

Wand, David Happell Hsin-Fu, Cathay Revisited: The Chinese Tradition in the Poetry of Ezra Pound and Gary Snyder(University of Southern California, US, 1972).

Weisner, Kenneth Robert, "Myths and Texts" and the Poetry of Constituency (University of California, Santa Cruz, US, 1992).

Yamazato, Katsunori, Seeking a Fulcrum: Gary Snyder andJapan(1956-1975) (University of California, Davis, US, 1987).

Yavorsky, Gregory P,
Four Changes: The Poetry of Gary Snyder (McGill University Canada, 1975).