Dear young scholars,
Sharing this invitation from Kurt Semm
I would like to invite you to “Economic Introduction to the Ecological Crisis,” a teaching workshop that my friends Kristin Nadarajah and Sam de Muijnik are organizing (see bios below).
When: 1-3pm EST on May 18th.
Sign Up for the workshop: Here
Looking forward to seeing you at the workshop.
Economic Introduction to the Ecological Crisis
This workshop will help you become familiar with ideas and materials to modernize and enrich environmental economics courses and offer you tools to make improvements to your own course. To get the most out of the workshop, please review these reference materials beforehand: Economic Introduction to the Ecological Crisis
Kristin Dilani Nadarajah – Curriculum-change campaigner for economy studies and junior researcher at CORPTAX. Kristin Dilani is working on developing teaching materials for Economy Studies. She is currently also doing her PhD at Charles University in Prague. She recently graduated from a pluralist masters programme called EPOG (Economic POlicies in the age of globalisation) and did her bachelor in Economics at the University of York. Over the last years she has been active in various civil society and activist organisations and is currently a board member of Attac Norway. When she is not working she likes do crochet, knit and sew clothes to unwind.
Sam de Muijnck – Chief economist of Our New Economy
Sam works on the Economy Studies teaching packs, building and strengthening networks, and giving workshops and talks. Together with Joris, he wrote the report Thinking like an economist? (2018) and the book Economy Studies (2021). Besides his economics activities, he is a hip-hop artist and breakdance teacher.