Environmental Studies 4010 Public Scholars on Environmental Issues (Winter 2019)

This seminar course will provide a forum for students to interact and learn from local, national and international experts in various fields of environmental studies. Students will gain an increased awareness and understanding of the diverse ways in which our society is addressing issues related to the environment. The course will provide opportunities for students to develop in their own expertise as public scholars.

Course Instructor: 
List of Reserve Material: 

Mitchell, K. (2008). "Chapter 5: Population, Environment, War, and Racism: Adventures of a Public ScholarPractising public scholarship: experiences and possibilities beyond the academy. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.​

Orr, D. W. (2011). "Chapter 25 & Chapter 26." Hope is an imperative: the essential David Orr. Washington, DC: Island Press. pp.237-250.

Stibbe, A. (2009). "Chapter 29 & 31". The Handbook of Sustainability Literacy : Skills for a Changing World. New York: UIT Cambridge Ltd.

Suzuki, D. T., & McKibben, B. (2014). "Catching an Epiphany". The David Suzuki reader: a lifetime of ideas from a leading activist and thinker. Vancouver, British Columbia: David Suzuki Foundation. pp.3-9.

May, E. (2014). "Chapter 2: Learning the Ways of Power and Politics". Who We Are : Reflections on My Life and Canada. [New York?]: Greystone Books. pp. 27-42.

K., V. D. (2015). "Chapter 6: In-Depth Interviewing". Qualitative research in action: A Canadian primer. Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press. pp.99-119.

Materials Available from the Service Desk

Publication date: 2009.
Authors:
  • Hulme, M.(Michael)
Holdings:
  • RESERVES-HOURLY (Available)

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Authors:
  • Dearden, Philip
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  • RESERVES-HOURLY (Available)

Publication date: 2002, c1962.
Authors:
  • Carson, Rachel,1907-1964.
Holdings:
  • RESERVES-HOURLY (Available)
  • STACKS (Available)