1. Philosophy in the Field: Care Ethics, Participatory Virtues, and Sustainability
  2. Lissy Goralnik, Matt Ferkany, Laurie Thorp, Kyle Powys Whyte
  3. pp. 1-28
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  1. Building Interdisciplinarity into Teaching: A Dream Course on Sustainability and Global Environmental Change
  2. Jeffrey M. Widener, Travis J. Gliedt
  3. pp. 29-41
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  1. We Don’t Need No Education: A Case Study for Situating the Environmental Humanities
  2. Johan Gärdebo, Daniel Helsing, Anna Svensson, Adam Brenthel
  3. pp. 42-53
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  1. Claiming the Language Ecotone: Translinguality, Resilience, and the Environmental Humanities
  2. Natalie Eppelsheimer, Uwe Küchler, Charlotte Melin
  3. pp. 54-68
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  1. Decolonizing the Archive: Digitizing Native Literature with Students and Tribal Communities
  2. Siobhan Senier
  3. pp. 69-85
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  1. Indigenous Women, Feminism, and the Environmental Humanities
  2. Greta Gaard
  3. pp. 86-99
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  1. Learning Where the Weather Is Real: Why Teaching in Bad Weather Is Good
  2. Nels Anchor Christensen
  3. pp. 100-106
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  1. Reading Signs: The Landscape as Text
  2. Christopher W. Wells
  3. pp. 107-111
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  1. Witness among the Refugees, Iowa Territory
  2. Barbara Eckstein
  3. pp. 112-119
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  1. Higher Education, MOOCs, and the Question of Sustainability: An Interview with Jonathan Tomkin
  2. Stephanie Foote
  3. pp. 120-137
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  1. Good Reads for Teaching about Sustainability
  2. A. G. Rud
  3. pp. 149-155
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  1. How to Read for Oil
  2. Jennifer Wenzel
  3. pp. 156-161
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  1. Green Screen: A Deconstructed Syllabus
  2. Gregg Mitman
  3. pp. 162-170
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  1. Media and the Environment Syllabus Guide
  2. Nicole Starosielski
  3. pp. 171-178
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  1. The Intimate Relations of Sustainability: Pedagogical Encounters and Public Art at the Land|Slide: Possible Futures Exhibition
  2. Chloë Brushwood Rose
  3. pp. 179-202
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  1. Ursula Heise and Her Work: Toward a Rhizomatic Review
  2. Anthony Lioi
  3. p. 203
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  1. A New Agenda for Ecocriticism
  2. Greg Garrard
  3. pp. 203-205
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  1. Thinking with Ursula Heise
  2. Nicole M. Merola
  3. pp. 205-208
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  1. Local Vision and Planetary Vision: A Noble and Enduring Paradox
  2. Hu Zhihong
  3. pp. 209-210
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  1. Placing Indigenous Ecological Knowledge in Ecocosmopolitanism
  2. Siobhan Senier
  3. pp. 210-214
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  1. On Ecocosmopolitanism and the Role of Culture in Ecocritical Thinking
  2. Pietari Kääpä
  3. pp. 214-218
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  1. On Bridges, Birds, and Cosmopolitan Ecocriticism: Conversations with Ursula Heise
  2. Heather I. Sullivan
  3. pp. 218-220
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  1. The Plurality of Risk
  2. Graham Huggan
  3. pp. 220-222
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  1. Editor’s Column
  2. Stephanie Foote, Stephanie LeMenager, Paula Salvio
  3. pp. vii-viii
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