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May 4, 2021

Playing with Fire: Environmental Teaching with Dungeons and Dragons

Join us this month as adventure unfolds,

When dragons and dangers to climate are told.

How teaching can help us to bring changes soon,

Before it’s too late and the future is doomed.

Our guests are Heather Duncan and Eleanor Gold, who explain how Tabletop Role-Playing Games (TTRPGs), including Dungeons and Dragons, can be used in classroom settings. These games can help students imagine and play through positive environmental futures in a space that highlights creativity, adaptation, and critical thinking.

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Brill Nature, Culture, and Literature Book Series

Brill gladly invites authors to contribute to their book series “Nature, Culture, and Literature” (www.brill.com/NCL). This series is dedicated to publications which approach literature from an ecological standpoint. It involves the practice of ecocriticism, focusing on critical textual analysis and theories on human/nature relationships. It is open to scholars in green media studies, environmental history, philosophy, social and cultural theory, and linguistics, as well as national literatures and comparative literature.

Are you interested? Submit a proposal and/or manuscript to Christa Stevens, Acquisitions Editor ([email protected]).