A microlecture titled ‘As climate changes, I order a salad: contemporary poetry and the strange times of climate change’ by Sam Solnick, University of Liverpool that discusses three poems that focus on temporalities associated with climate change. The video also discusses the role of media and poetry in shaping the climate change narrative. The video further discusses methods of analysing contemporary poetry.
Students will learn about the representation of climate change in contemporary poetry. They will also learn about different interpretations and approaches to understand climate change through poetry. Students will further learn of the impact of digital media on how we perceive and respond to climate change.
Use this tool to help your students find answers to:
- What are the various temporalities of climate change?
- How does the media shape our experience of climate change?
About the tool
|Tool Name||As climate changes, I order a salad: contemporary poetry and the strange times of climate change|
|Topic(s) in Discipline||Poetry, Literature, Anthropocene, Temporalities, Digital Media|
|Climate Topic||Climate and Society|
|Type of tool||Video/ Microlecture (17 mins)|
|Grade Level||Undergraduate, Graduate|
|Developed by||Sam Solnick, University of Liverpool|