Saba Pirzadeh is an assistant professor of English and Environmental Literature at Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan. She completed her PhD in English from Purdue University on a Fulbright fellowship in 2016. Her dissertation Violence, Militarism, and the Environment in Contemporary South Asian Literature
explored narrative depictions of the intensification of anthropogenic violence and the exploitation of the environment for purposes of profit,
conquest, and consumption. Her research explores issues of militarization, environmental degradation, spatial politics, socio-ecological justice, and ethics of representation in literary texts.
Literary Waters, Petro-Violence, and Ecological Ethics in Helon Habila’s Oil on Water
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