Annual Call for Syllabi

A class of primary school students planting flower bulbs with their teacher (Ottawa, undated), Library & Archives Canada

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If you’ve got new classes in environmental history, or new ideas for teaching environmental history, we’d like to hear from you. If you would be willing to archive a copy of your syllabus on our Teaching Materials page, please get in touch via the website, in the comments below, or by email.

And if you’d like to write a short post for The Otter about your class or activity; or an issue you’ve encountered in teaching environmental history; or a great set of resources — please let us know. It’s a great way of sharing ideas, material, topics, activities, and readings. Watch for a call in the spring, too, for a series on teaching.

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Professor of History at Bucknell University in Pennsylvania, where I revel in Canadiana and environmental history. Also a lover of exploring, maps, Jane of Lantern Hill, and Scandinavia.

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