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Research Guides

Sustainability Teaching & Learning

Find links to library materials about integrating Sustainability into Teaching and Learning --and brief information about Hamline's AASHE STARS membership and rating system.

Conversations in Food Studies

GN407 .C658 2016
(2nd floor,
Sustainability Display)

Liberation Ecologies: Environment, development, social movements

GF900 .L52 2004
(2nd floor,
Sustainability Display)

Teaching for EcoJustice

GF26 .T87 2015
(2nd floor,
Sustainability Display)

Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things

TD794.5 .M395 2002
(2nd floor,
Sustainability Display)

Articles: Interdisciplinary & Trans-disciplinary Methods

Interlibrary Loan. Sign into CLICsearch, then follow the link to "Request through interlibrary loan (ILLiad)."

Creating spaces for interdisciplinary exchange in higher education: A case study. (2015). Consorte-McCrea, A., & Newing, H. Local Economy: The Journal of the Local Economy Policy Unit, 30(3), 265-279. doi:10.1177/0269094215578219

Education for sustainability: Scholarship at the intersection of the arts, humanities and sciences. (2010). Kelly, T. Ometeca, 14/15, 16.

Flourishing in the Age of Climate Change: Finding the Heart of Sustainability. (2016). Throop, W. Midwest Studies in Philosophy, 40(1), 296-314.

How an entry-level, interdisciplinary sustainability course revealed the benefits and challenges of a university-wide initiative for sustainability education(2015). Coops, N. C., Marcus, J., Construt, I., Frank, E., Kellett, R., Mazzi, E., . . . Sipos, Y.  International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 16(5), 729. doi:10.1108/IJSHE-04-2014-0059  (Request through Interlibrary Loan)

Overcoming silos: The role of an interdisciplinary course in shaping a sustainability network. (2010). Kurland, N. B., Michaud, K. E. H., Best, M., Wohldmann, E., Cox, H., Pontikis, K., & Vasishth, A. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 9(3), 457-476. doi:10.5465/AMLE.2010.53791827

Pedagogy for sustainability science: Case-based approaches for interdisciplinary instruction. (2012). Sprain, L., & Timpson, W. M.  Environmental Communication, 6(4), 532-550. doi:10.1080/17524032.2012.714394

Program and institutional predictors of environmental justice inclusion in U.S. post-secondary environmental and sustainability curricula. (2016). Carlos Garibay, J., Ong, P., & Vincent, S.  Environmental Education Research, 22(7), 919-942. doi:10.1080/13504622.2015.1054263

The social lab classroom: Wrestling with -- and learning from -- sustainability challenges. (2016). Lake, D., Fernando, H., & Eardley, D. Sustainability : Science, Practice, & Policy, 12(1).

Towards an umbrella science of sustainability. (2016). Shahadu, H. Sustainability Science, 11(5), 777-78. doi:10.1007/s11625-016-0375-3

Transdisciplinary collaborations for sustainability education: Institutional and intragroup challenges and opportunities. (2015). Evans, T.L. Policy Futures in Education, 13(1), 70-96. doi:10.1177/1478210314566731