The intersectional nature of the ongoing environmental crisis requires instructors teaching courses in environmental studies to put their own fields of expertise into conversation with an interdisciplinary set of questions, ideas, and theories. Classroom Ecologies seeks to marshal a collection of interdisciplinary reflections and meditations on teaching in environmental studies that offer pedagogical best practices for this growing community. In a moment of environmental and academic precarity, it is now more important than ever to take stock of our own teaching practices and foster a more robust pedagogical community within our field.
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