A network of interdisciplinary scholars studying past climate change
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A model syllabus for historians and other students of the past to engage with issues of anthropogenic climate change through the medium of history and related disciplines. Developed by a small team associated with the Rescue!History network.
A syllabus for a broad introductory course for undergraduate students who wish to be more aware of the broad, fundamental issues which face humanity in the 21st century, with anthropogenic climate change, as the point around which other themes are introduced and interconnected. It comes out of ideas associated with Crisis Forum (‘The Forum for the Study of Crisis in the 21st Century’) founded by Southampton academics Mark Levene and David Cromwell.