A Call for #EnvHist Comps & Quals Reading Lists

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As part of our ongoing interest in expanding our Teaching and Education Resources, we’re currently collecting comprehensive/qualifying exam reading lists in environmental history and adjacent fields. Graduate students and newly-minted PhDs: send your lists our way! We’ll give them a home on the NiCHE website where they’ll be available for others to peruse, learn from, and be inspired by.

We know that some graduate programs maintain standardized lists while others ask students to develop their own — we want them all! If you’re willing to share, email your lists to Jessica DeWitt (jessicamariedewitt@gmail.com) and Addie Hopes (hopes@wisc.edu) as .docs or pdfs. Please include the university, department, and year.

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Addie Hopes

Addie Hopes (she/her) is a Ph.D. candidate in the English Department (Literary Studies) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is an editor for the Network in Canadian History and Environment (NiCHE). She is also the reviews editor at Edge Effects magazine, an editorial assistant at Contemporary Literature, and a fiction and nonfiction editor at The Hopper. She holds an MFA in Fiction from Brooklyn College, CUNY. When she’s not writing a dissertation about documentary ecopoetry, she’s thinking about queer and feminist approaches to mer-people and speculative multispecies worlds.

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