"Early Modern Écologies is a welcome addition to dialogue on ecology and ecocriticism in early modern studies. It enriches contemporary ecocriticism with a sturdy array of essays, each offering a reading or readings of canonical texts of early modern French literature."
- Rebecca Zorach, Northwestern University, H-France Review, Vol. 21 (July 2021), No. 121
"Given the predominance of modern and contemporary British models in this critical field, focusing on early modern French texts represents a most welcome move. Through its many close readings, the volume demonstrates that early modern ecological thinking was much more than a simple meditation on environmental issues. [...] This is fascinating material."
- Giulia Pacini, William & Mary, L'Esprit Créateur, Spring 2021