In order to support researchers new to Anthropocene Studies and the Environmental Humanities generally, we offer this Feminist Environmental Humanities Reading List:
Additionally, here listed are some sample syllabi for those seeking to incorporate the Environmental Humanities into their teaching:
Mercedes Chavez, Course Title: "It's Not About Climate Change? Media in the Anthropocene"
This course is a second-level writing course structured around concepts central and adjacent to the Anthropocene such as scale, time, petrocultures, solastalgia, and activism. It features a variety of popular culture media artifacts, including films, tv shows, podcasts, and long form journalism to gain a foundation in what the Anthropocene is and its implications for future generations.