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Ecohumanism and the Ecological Culture: The Educational Legacy of Lewis Mumford and Ian McHarg


reviewed by Joy G. Bertling & Susan M. Gagliardi - October 15, 2019

coverTitle: Ecohumanism and the Ecological Culture: The Educational Legacy of Lewis Mumford and Ian McHarg
Author(s): William J. Cohen
Publisher: Temple University Press, Philadelphia
ISBN: 1439918287, Pages: 306, Year: 2019
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: October 15, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23116, Date Accessed: 12/11/2019 3:35:49 AM

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  • Joy Bertling
    University of Tennessee
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    JOY G. BERTLING is Assistant Professor of Art Education at the University of Tennessee. She received her Ph.D. in art education from the University of Georgia. Her research relates to how art education can be responsive to ecological concerns, particularly through critical place-based art curricula. She has published articles in various peer-reviewed journals including the International Journal of Education & the Arts, International Journal of Education through Art, Art Education, Educational Action Research, and the Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. Her most recent commentary, “Non-Place and the Future of Place-Based Education,” was published in Environmental Education Research.
  • Susan Gagliardi
    Spartanburg Community College
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    SUSAN M. GAGLIARDI is the A.P. Literature and Language teacher at Woodruff High School and a dual enrollment professor at Spartanburg Community College. She is also the Upstate lead instructor for the Program for Alternative Certification for Educators (PACE), with the South Carolina Department of Education. She received her Ed.D. in curriculum and instruction from Gardner-Webb University. Her research relates to the concept of flow in adolescent literacy as an autotelic experience of telepresence. She is one of the co-writers of the PACE in-service curriculum.
 
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