This set of eight teaching modules provides university instructors with a full set of pedagogical resources aimed at integrating Canadian themes and research into their course curriculum. All are drawn from the special Canada-focused issue of Environmental History (October 2007), edited by Matthew Evenden and Alan MacEachern (see their Introductory editors’ note here). We hope the modules will inspire greater engagement with Canada’s fascinating history and serve as models for instructors to develop similar teaching resources for other regions of the world… >>
“Better Living Through Chemistry” explores issues raised in the Toxic Bodies/Toxic Environments Forum that appeared in the October 2008 issue. We thank the National Science Foundation, which funded the workshop at the ASEH’s conference and the preparation of teaching materials. We thank Sarah Mittlefehldt for preparing the teaching unit.