It’s a new school year – new lunchbox, new pencils, new syllabi!
Like last year, if you’ve got new classes in or involving environmental history, we’d like to hear from you. It’s a great way of sharing ideas – for material, topics, activities, and readings – and seeing how the field is taught differently across the continent.
And if you’d like to write a short post about your class for The Otter, or an issue you’ve encountered in teaching environmental history, or a great set of resources, please let us know.
Latest posts by Claire Campbell (see all)
- I’ll Stay in Canada? Frameworks for Teaching Environmental History - November 6, 2017
- CFP: “Pure Michigan” Environmental Histories of the Great Lakes State, Michigan Historical Review - September 21, 2017
- The personal is political: Should we require environmental study? - September 12, 2017
- Northern Frontier, Northern Homeland: The Berger Report at 40 and An Experiment, Part II - May 3, 2017
- North-East and Atlantic Region Environmental History (NEAR, EH?) Forum: Connecticut, May 2017 - April 12, 2017
- Due South: ASEH and the Question of Borders - April 5, 2017
- Northern Frontier, Northern Homeland: The Berger Report at 40, and an Experiment - February 15, 2017
- Holiday Reading - December 19, 2016
- The Environmental History of the Gulf of St. Lawrence - September 26, 2016
- The Now-Annual Call for Syllabi - September 23, 2016