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the syllabus project: decolonizing the environmental history course outline

Thanks to Nancy Langston, David Fouster, Anna Zeide, Julie Cohn, Sarah Elkind, Dolly Jorgensen and others for pointing environmental historians to The Syllabus Project - a website devoted to "Decolonizing the Environmental History Syllabus." Here you can find a link to the Zotero library created specifically for this project. If you set up an account on Zotero and then join The Syllabus Project library you will be able to contribute additional material to the collection. This should serve as a valuable tool for those developing syllabi, comps reading lists, and bibliographies.

Additional resource: Women Also Know History, which provides a searchable website that makes it easier to identify and connect with women historians working in a wide range of fields and professional settings.

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