Online Event – Diversifying the Field: Reflections on Syllabi and Citational Practices

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Diversifying the Field: Reflections on Syllabi and Citational Practices

ASEH Connects Event

Friday, 1 March, 4:00pm EST, Zoom

Mary E. Mendoza, Penn State University

Sara Pritchard, Cornell University

Ramya Swayamprakash, Grand Valley State University

Genie Yoo, Indiana University, editor-in-chief, Environmental History Now

During this session, ASEH Connects participants will brainstorm how to refine their own best practices for diversifying teaching and scholarship to reflect the growing heterogeneity of environmental history across the globe.

This conversation will be led by four panelists who have reflected in their own research and pedagogy on how these priorities have shaped their vision for the future of the field.

Feature Image: “editing syllabi in golden gate park” by davidsilver is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.
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