A video microlecture by Stephanie LeMenager, Radcliffe Institute fellow (2016–2017), Harvard University titled ‘Climate Citizenship and the Humanities’. This short video discusses the role of the Humanities in understanding climate change and dealing with its impacts. It introduces the term ‘planetary citizens’ in an era of unpredictable climate futures. It further discusses issues such as climate justice, ecological scarcity, resource scarcity, globalization, and inequities.
Students will understand the importance of the Humanities in understanding climate change and its impacts. They will further understand the need to address what it means to be a planetary citizen to be able to deal with unprecedented future climate issues.
Use this tool to help your students find answers to:
- Describe the term ‘planetary citizenship’.
- How can humanities help in dealing with climate change impacts?
About the Tool
|Tool Name||Stephanie LeMenager Climate Citizenship and the Humanities Radcliffe Institute|
|Discipline||Humanities, Social Sciences|
|Topic(s) in Discipline||Climate Change Overview, Planetary Citizenship|
|Climate Topic||Climate Literacy; Climate and Society|
|Type of tool||Video/Microlecture (2 min 20 sec)|
|Grade Level||High School, Undergraduate|
|Developed by||Harvard University|