NE2019 P0: Opening Talks

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Opening Talks

“The Climate Crisis: Why It’s the Most Important Thing in the World to be Teaching Right Now”

John Foran (Professor of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara)

“Why the NCN is Important to Teaching”

Ken Hiltner (Professor of English, University of California, Santa Barbara)

 

 

The Q&A Session is Closed

 

 

NE2019 P9: Education Against Overconsumption

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Panel 9: Education Against Overconsumption

“Vegan Studies: Modeling Adaptive and Sustainable Pathways Forward”

Jessica Holmes (Department of English, University of Washington)

“Counterpoising Consumerism: The Seven Rs to Salvage our Society”

Ryan Alaniz (Associate Professor of Sociology, Cal Poly State University)

“Transformative Education for Climate Action: A Focus on Degrowth”

Laurent Cilia (University of Colorado)

“Why Should We Reduce Our Own Emissions?”

Howard Nye (Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Alberta, Canada)

NE2019 P8: Teaching Climate Activism

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Panel 8: Teaching Climate Activism

“Teaching Climate Justice Movements and Systemic Alternatives”

John Foran (Professor of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara)

“Deepening our Understanding of Climate Adaptation and Resilience”

Summer Gray (Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara)

“Community Engaged Research for Local Climate Action through a Campus- Community Partnership”

Victoria Derr (Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, California State University, Monterey Bay), Nancy Faulstich (Executive Director of Regeneración: Pájaro Valley Climate Action), Ana Gonzalez (California State University, Monterey Bay), Abigail Melchor-Aguila (California State University, Monterey Bay), Kianni Ledezma (California State University, Monterey Bay), and Sergio Guzman (Community Organizer, Regeneración: Pájaro Valley Climate Action)

NE2019 P7: Re-Placing Climate Studies

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Panel 7: Re-Placing Climate Studies

“Centering Indigenous Perspectives on Climatic Change”

Beth Rose Middleton (Associate Professor, Department of Native American Studies, University of California, Davis) and Chris Adlam (PhD Candidate, Ecology, University of California, Davis)

“Resilience and Renewal in the Marshall Islands: A Place-Based Analysis of Climate Change Response”

Laura M. Hartman (Roanoke College)

“Teaching the Great Pacific Garbage Patch”

Garth Sabo (Department of English, Michigan State University)

NE2019 P6: The Environmental Humanities and Global Climate Change

 

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Panel 6: The Environmental Humanities and Global Climate Change

“A Cognitive Semiotic Cross-Cultural Climate Change Education through Three Movies: ‘Stromboli’ (1950), ‘The Little Doomsday’ (2006), and ‘Children of Men’ (2006)”

Derya Agis (PhD in Italian Languages and Literatures, Ankara University)

“Teaching and Learning Climate Change in the Humanities at Michigan Technological University”

Emma Lozon (Michigan Technological University)

“Contemporary Cli-Fi and Indigenous Futurisms”

Nicole Seymour (Associate Professor of English, California State University, Fullerton) and Briggetta Pierrot (California State University, Fullerton)

“Changing Climates, Crossing Cultures: Introducing Environmental Humanities to General Education Students in Peru”

Lowell Wyse (Broward College)

NE2019 P5: Climate Changing the Undergraduate Curriculum

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Panel 5: Climate Changing the Undergraduate Curriculum

“A Climate Change Module for Introduction to Sociology Class”

Andrew Szasz, (Professor of Sociology and Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz)

“What Fosters Inclusive Environmental Identities? A Panel Discussion of ‘Insider’ and ‘Outsider’ Experiences”

Isabel Romo-Hernandez (California State University, Dominguez Hills), Victoria Derr (Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies, California State University, Monterey Bay), Amanda Baugh (Associate Professor of Religious Studies, California State University, Northridge), and Ana Gonzalez (California State University, Monterey Bay)

NE2019 P4: Climate Change in K-12 Education

 

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Panel 4: Climate Change in K-12 Education

“What’s Cookin? American Teens & Sustainable Food Systems”

Grace A. Lavin and Sophie Christman

“Future STEM Teacher Readiness toward Inquiry-based Learning for All Students through a Collaborative Community of Practice with a Focus on Ocean Acidification”

Corin Slown (Assistant Professor of Science Education, California State University, Monterey Bay)

“Literature for Change: Shaping K-12 Education to Prepare Youth for Climate Challenges”

Rebecca L. Young (Binghamton University)

NE2019 P3: Media Environments and Embodied Education

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Panel 3: Media Environments and Embodied Education

“Cli-Fi, Interdisciplinary Archives, and Digital Exhibits: Strategies for Teaching Climate Change in the Literature and Composition Classroom”

Danielle Crawford (University of California, Santa Cruz)

“The Perceptual Experience of Nature in Digital Media: Researching Tools for Environmental Education”

Perla Carrillo Quiroga (Professor of Film and Media Studies in the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences, Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas, Mexico)

“What You See Isn’t Always What You Get: Embodied Cognition and the Prospect of Climate Change Education through Computer Gaming and Simulation”

Gui Sanches de Oliveira (University of Cincinatti)

NE2019 P2: Creative Pedagogies of Climate Change

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Panel 2: Creative Pedagogies of Climate Change

“Implementing Environmental Ethnomusicology Curriculum in Music Department Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife Nigeria”

Olusegun Stephen Titus (Lecturer, Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria)

“The Ecopoesis Project: Advocating Logics of Future Coexistence”

Adam Marcus (Associate Professor of Architecture, California College of the Arts), Leslie Carol Roberts (Professor and Chair of MFA Writing, California College of the Arts), and Chris Falliers (Associate Professor of Architecture, California College of the Arts)

“The Role of Philosophers in Climate Change””

Eugene Chislenko (Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Temple University)

“Applying Systems Thinking to Address the Climate Crisis” (Part 1)

Daniel Fernandez, (California State University, Monterey Bay)

“Applying Systems Thinking to Address the Climate Crisis” (Part 2)

Daniel Fernandez, (California State University, Monterey Bay)

NE2019 P1: Teaching Climate Change Beyond the Classroom

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Panel 1: Teaching Climate Change Beyond the Classroom

“Hot Potato, Hot Potato, Hot Potato Planet: Games and Non-Formal Education for Teaching Climate Justice”

Noa Cykman (M.A., Political Sociology, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil)

“Take it Outside: Eating for the Ecosystem”

Sherrilyn M. Billger, PhD and Andrew F. Smith (Associate Professor of Philosophy, Drexel University)

“The Philosopher and the Entrepreneur: The Pedagogical Significance of a Symbiotic Relationship”

Andrew F. Smith (Associate Professor of Philosophy, Drexel University) and Sherrilyn M. Billger, PhD

“Climate Change: Who should be teaching it? To whom should we be teaching it? How should we be teaching it?”

Ken Hiltner (Professor of English and Environmental Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara)