Part I: Climate Change Across the Curriculum Chapter 1, Writing Across the Curriculum: Lessons and Strategies, Douglass Hesse Chapter 2, Citizen Science and Climate Change, Harry Boyte Chapter 3, Diversity Across the Curriculum: Critical Race and Gender Theory, Geoffrey Batemanis Part II: Teaching Climate Change within Academic Disciplines Chapter 4, Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony and the Climate Crisis, Andrew J. Auge Chapter 5, Qualitative Reasoning and Climate Change, Corrine Taylor and Steve Getty Chapter 6, Climate Change and Aristotle, Chelsea C. Harry Chapter 7, Values, Ideology, and Climate Change: A Psychological Perspective, Jeffrey Sinn Chapter 8, Climate Ethics: Toward a Synthesis of Humanist and Posthumanist Thought, Eric J. Fretz Chapter 9, Biology: Place-based Naturephilia, Catherine Kleier Chapter 10, My Past is My Present Is My Future: Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Climate Change Discourse, Annamarie Hatcher Chapter 11, Why and How We Teach About Climate Change, Nicole Holthuis, Rachel Lotan, Michael D. Mastrandrea and Jennifer Saltzman, Chapter 12, Teacher Education and Climate Change, K.C. Busch Part III: Voices from the Field Chapter 13, A Relational Approach to Climate Change, Faith Kearns Chapter 14, University-Community Partnerships, John A. Kinch
Eric J. Fretz is associate professor of peace and justice studies at Regis University.
Here is a book, rich in examples and compellingly written, that shows exactly why and how college and universities can tear down their old-fashioned silos to address the great challenge of our time. -- John Calderazzo, Colorado State University