Faculty from Idaho to Washington, DC chime in on favorite environmentally focused books they are excited to teach this fall.
A new syllabus outlines a series of readings for teaching the politics of water.
Visions of the future of United States energy production cannot be understood without a good sense of the past. We’ve gathered some of the most helpful sources for thinking historically about energy.
How do you teach someone to re-see a place they know well? Try these tips on introducing students to the practice of treating landscapes as historical documents.
Professors at the University of Wisconsin-Madison share the books and articles they’re most excited about teaching this fall.
Frank Lloyd Wright wanted to embrace the natural world and push the boundaries of modern design. What do these conflicting desires mean for environmental teaching and thinking today?
Exploring family farms, racial inequality, sea monsters, and much more, student mapmakers gain new understandings of place.
April 2016 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.
A new website serves as a resource for educators in the global humanities.
March 2016 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.