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EcoMedia literacy

Jessica Perlstein

table of contents

Beginnings...Connections...Intersections: A Conversation with our Guest Editors

by Karen Ambrosh and Marieli Rowe, with Antonio Lopez, Theresa Redmond, and Jeff Share

From the Editors

by Karen Ambrosh and Marieli Rowe

JSE: Editorial Overview

by Antonio Lopez, John Cabot University, Rome, Italy; Theresa Redmond, Appalachian State University U.S.; Jeff Share, University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.; and Clare Hintz, Journal of Sustainability Education, U.S.

Introduction

Ecomedia: The Metaphor that Makes a Difference

by Antonio Lopez, John Cabot University, Rome, Italy

Book Review

Book Review: Why Trust Science? 

by Jeff Share, University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.

Case Studies

Green Guerillas Youth Media Tech Collective: Sustainable Storytellers Challenging the Status Quo

by Jason Corwin, Seneca Media & Communications Center, U.S.

Project Look Sharp’s Decoding Media Constructions and Substantiality

by Sox Sperry, Ithaca College, U.S.

Snacking on Media Literacy: Young Children, Sustainability, and Design in Media Literacy Education

by Chelsea Attwell, Association for Media Literacy, Canada

Training of Community-based Journalists on Climate Change Reporting: Lessons from South Africa

by Brett Cohen, University of Cape Town, and Leonie Joubert, South Africa

Interviews

The Tree of Life (2011), Eco-theology & Film: A Conversation with Prof. George Handley

by Benjamin Thevenin; Brigham Young University, U.S.; George Handley, Camlyn Giddins

Bella Gaia and the Pedagogical Power of the Overview Effect: Interview with Kenji Williams

by Antonio Lopez, John Cabot University, Rome, Italy

Editorials and Opinions

Blooming in the Doom and Gloom: Bringing Regenerative Pedagogy to the Rebellion

by Tema Milstein, University of New South Wales, Australia

Coal's Last Gasp, its Resuscitation by Media, and the Habitus of NIMBY

by Carolyn Fortuna, Rhode Island College, U.S.

Fake Climate News: How Denying Climate Change is the Ultimate in Fake News

by Antonio Lopez, John Cabot University, Rome, Italy, and Jeff Share, University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.

Media Education and Ecological Modernism: Embodiment, Technology and Citizenship

by Carl Bybee and Shelby Stanovsek, University of Oregon, U.S.

Moving from STEM to MESH

by Tim Wise

Sustainability Education, Responsible Truthfulness and Hypnotic Phenomena

by Four Arrows, aka Don Trent Jacobs, Fielding Graduate University

Reports

Connecting Youth, Eco-Media and Resilience in Appalachia

by Derek Douglas, Emmanuel Garcia, and Mary Grueser, Educational Video Center, U.S.

Pedagogy of Sustainable Web Design

by Denis F. Doyon, Samadhi Web Design, Brazil

Teaching for Environmental Justice at the Educational Video Center

by Steve Goodman, U.S.

Strategies and Tactics for Interdisciplinary Experiential Environmental Education and Digital Media Production

by Andy Opel, Florida State University, U.S.

Scholarly Features

Deconstructing Free Enterprise and Reconstructing for Sustainability: Cultural-Ecological Propaganda Analysis for Educators

by Rachelle F. Marshall, Eastern Michigan University, U.S.

Engaging with Things: Speculative Realism and Ecomedia Literacy Education

by Benjamin Thevenin, Brigham Young University, U.S.

For the Love of Nature: Bringing Environmental Justice to Urban Elementary Students

by Lizzette Mendoza, Parmelee Avenue Elementary School, Los Angeles, U.S.; Brad Rumble, Esperanza Elementary, Los Angeles, U.S.; and Jeff Share, University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.

The Origin of Resources: Sustainable and Experiential Learning in Italy

by William A. Pettit, John Cabot University, Temple University Rome, Italy, and Candice Smith Corby, Stonehill College, U.S.

Solarpunk and the Pedagogical Value of Utopia

by Isaijah Johnson, University of California, Los Angeles, U.S.

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