Friday, January 8, 2016

Teaching Climate Change in the Humanities: TABLE OF CONTENTS

''Teaching Climate Change in the Humanities'' - June 2016 pub date
edited by Stephane LeMenager, Stephen Siperstein and Shane Hall


Introduction by editorial team members Stephen Siperstein and Shane Hall

 Part 1: Histories and Foundations 

 1. Looking Back to Look Ahead: Climate Change and US Literary History, William Gleason
 2. Climate Change and Changing World Literature, Karen Thornber
3. Atlas’ Shifting Shoulders: Teaching Climate Change and the Classics, Darragh Martin
4. Seeing What’s Right in Front of You: Teaching Climate Change Cinema, Stephen Rust
5. Climate Visualizations in the Literature Classroom, Heather Houser
 6. Climate Change Across Languages and Cultures: The Case of Foreign Language Teachers’ Training, Uwe Kuchler

 Part 2: Theories and Methods Disciplinary Approaches:
7. Endangered Humans: Thoreau, Species Loss, and Native Americans, Wai Chee Dimock
 8. Resource Fictions: Oil in Fiction and Theory, Imre Szeman
 9. "Antigone, Uninterrupted: Myths of Resistance to the Archons of Extraction, Anthony Lioi
10. Indirect Perception and Complex Causal Chains in Climate Change, Isabel Galleymore
11. Climate Change, Complicity and Agency: Reading Habila’s Oil on Water, Anthony Vital
12. Scavenging in the Data Dump: Narrative, Literary Studies, and the Environmental Humanities, Stephanie Foote
 13. The Persuasive Force of the Right Supplemental Materials for Climate Change Literature and Film, Patrick D. Murphy
14. "When the Sea-level Rises: (W)ri(ght)ting Climate Change in Pacific Islanders’ Literature, Hsyinya Huang Interdisciplinary Approaches:
 15. When the Newt Shut off the Lights: Knowledge, Politics, and Scale in Climate Pedagogy, Stacy Alaimo
 16. Climate Change, Science Studies, and Theories of Modeling, Barbara George
 17. Contemplating Ecological Restoration in the Climate-Change Century, Cheryll Glotfelty
 18. Teaching Climate Justice in the Interdisciplinary Classroom, Julie Sze
19. Learning From the Past: Teaching Climate Change and Catastrophe as Windows Onto Vulnerability and Resilience, Felix Riede
 20. Engaging the ‘Eaarth’: Teaching and Making Climate Change Cultures with Art and Design Methods, Nicole Merola

 Part 3: Classrooms, Curricula, and Institutions

  21. The Elephant in the Room: Acknowledging Global Climate Change in Courses Not Focused on Climate, Scott Slovic
 22. Climate Disruption Entangles All Disciplines: So, Who Becomes a Mentor?, James Engell
 23. ‘Why Do We Need Someone From the English Department?’: Literary and Cultural Studies in the Interdisciplinary Climate Change Classroom, Byron Caminero-Santangelo
24. Teaching Climate Change Fiction in a Transdisciplinary Context, Greg Garrard
 25. Building Paradise in the Classroom, Janet Fiskio
26. Introducing Literature: A Diary of Sacrifice and Healing, Barbara Eckstein
27. Climate Change for Poets: A Prospectus, Gillen Wood
28. Who Cares About Climate Change?, Elizabeth Ammons
29. How Global Warming Changed My Teaching—and My Life, SueEllen Campbell 

Part 4: Interviews Afterword, Stephanie LeMenager


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