GTP Volume 5, Issue 1, 2009

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Volume 5, Issue 1, 2009
Richard Kahn, Editor, Green Theory and Praxis: The Journal of Ecopedagogy____________________________ARTICLES

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Introduction
Richard Kahn
Pg. i-iv

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Reflections in a Broken Mirror: Higher Education and the Challenges of Sustainability
Tina Lynn Evans
Pg. 1-13

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Shades of Green: Discursive Plurality in the Public Conversation on Sustainability
Caroline S. Tauxe
Pg. 14-25

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Educational Reforms that Foster Ecological Intelligence
C. A. Bowers
Pg. 26-50

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An Interview with Julian Agyeman: Just Sustainability and Ecopedagogy
Salma Monani
Pg. 51-68

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Education for Ecological Discipline: A Program
Samuel Day Fassbinder
Pg. 69-92

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Let Education Save the Earth! Towards the Realization of New Sustainable Forms of Humanistic Education
Stefan Grigorov
Pg. 93-110

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Earth Day as a Catalyst for Campus Environmental Leadership
Anthony M. Sarkis, Jr.
Pg. 111-118

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A Socio-Ecological Analysis of Bio-fuel Production
Sean Peterson
Pg. 119-125

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Between McDonaldization and Gardening Pedagogy: How Teachers Negotiate Environmental Science Education in Action
Elaine V. Howes, Laurel Graham, and Jennifer Friedman
Pg. 126-152

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Teaching Values Through the Ecological Footprint
Alexander Lautensach
Pg. 153-168

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Against Wilderness
Robert Fletcher
Pg. 169-179

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Ecopedagogy, Ethics, and the Earth Charter: Redefining Sustainability Education in an Environmental Science Class
A. James Wohlpart, Sasha L. Wohlpart, and Ariel Kristen Chomey
Pg. 180-194

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Approaching the Radically Other of Animal and Natural Worlds: Exploring Participatory and Co-design methods in Building Sustainable Schools
Andrea Susan Wheeler
Pg. 195-211

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The Pedagogy of Disorientation: Teaching Carolyn Chute’s The Beans of Egypt, Maine at The University of Michigan’s New England Literature Program and Beyond
Nels Christensen
Pg. 212-221

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The Green Grateful Dead: In the Dark as Environmental Text
Peter Kopp
Pg. 222-234

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BOOK REVIEWS

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Aftershock: Confronting Trauma in a Violent World, A Guide for Activists and Their Allies, By pattrice jones (2007)
Greta Gaard
Pg. 235-238

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Learning Native Wisdom: What Traditional Cultures Teach Us about Subsistence, Sustainability, and Spirituality, By Gary Holthaus (2008)
Aimée Cree Dunn
Pg. 239-248

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Brutal: Manhood and the Exploitation of Animals, By Brian Luke (2007)
Marcus Weaver-Hightower
Pg. 249-253

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Reflective Practice in Teacher Education: Learning from Case Studies of Environmental Education, Edited by Regula Kyburz-Graber, Paul Hart, Peter Posch and Ian Robottom (2006)
David Nentwick
Pg. 254-259

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Nature’s Edge: Boundary Explorations in Ecological Theory and Practice, Edited by Charles S. Brown and Ted Toadvine (2007)
James E. Bishop
Pg. 260-263

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The Origins of Modern Environmental Thought, By J. E. de Steiguer (2006)
Larry Hartsfield
Pg. 264-269

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Placing the Academy: Essays on Landscape, Work, and Identity, Edited by Jennifer Sinor and Rona Kaufman (2007)
I. Moriah McCracken
Pg. 270-274

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The Bridge at the End of the World: Capitalism, the Environment, and Crossing from Crisis to Sustainability, By James Gustav Speth (2008)
Anthony Lioi
Pg. 275-279

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Environmental Education and Advocacy: Changing Perspectives of Ecology and Education, Edited by Edward Johnson and Michael Mappin (2009)
Rebecca Onion
Pg. 280-282

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Sustainability by Design: A Subversive Strategy for Transforming Our Consumer Culture, By John R. Ehrenfeld (2009)
John S. Farnsworth
Pg. 283-285

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The Search for a Common Language: Environmental Writing and Education, Edited by Melody Graulich and Paul Crumbley (2005)
Tonia L. Payne
Pg. 286-291

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FILM REVIEWS

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The Water Front, By Liz Miller (2007); ¡Cochabamba! Water War in Bolivia, By Oscar Olivera and Tom Lewis (2004)
Paula Willoquet-Maricondi
Pg. 292-299