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The Center for Culture, History, and Environment invites participants for an interdisciplinary graduate student conference to be held March 6-8, 2020, on the campus of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, which occupies ancestral Ho-Chunk land.

  • An Existential Toolkit for Climate Educators Workshop 3-5 July 2020

    Conveners: Jennifer Atkinson, Elin Kelsey, Sarah Ray
    Location: Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, Munich, Germany

    Proposal Deadline: 18 November 2019

    This workshop seeks materials and presentations for an interdisciplinary workshop that will address the following question: how can educators, activists, and community leaders help students navigate the emotional impacts of ecological degradation and social injustice in the age of climate disruption? Our aim is to develop a practical toolkit for educators, students and activists across disciplines and professions, with potential emphasis on pedagogical applications, curricular implications, and even co-curricular connections (counseling and wellness, student life, etc).


Proposals for scholarly papers, teaching or educational materials, or descriptions of other kinds of student-oriented projects that relate to this topic and showcase the participants’ unique contributions are due 18 November 2019, and should be no longer than 750 words in length. Please include a position description that explains how your training experience shapes your knowledge on this topic, and a brief description of your specific contribution to the workshop. Please submit your proposal to Sarah Ray,


Last Updated: 10/30/19