The Goose: A Journal of Arts, Environment, and Culture in Canada is seeking submissions for a special issue on the role of art in environmental activism, for publication in spring 2019.
From protest signs and songs to memes and hashtags, and from poetry and novels to life writing and creative op-ed articles, art and activism go hand in hand. While scholars and activists work to critique the colonialist, capitalist, racist, classist, sexist, and ableist arguments in favour of dams, pipelines, border walls, gentrification, and ...
By Stephen Siperstein, Choate Rosemary Hall Academy; Jason BreMiller, Phillips Exeter Academy; and Mark C. Long, Keene State College
From June 24-29 at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, NH, the Environmental Literature Institute (ELI) held its third annual week-long professional development institute for secondary and higher education teachers. ELI provides a space for participants from around the country and from a range of contexts and backgrounds to join a growing Environmental Humanities education community and develop their own courses, curricula, and programs.