Participants in the 2018 Uses and Abuses of Thoreau at 200 symposium in Gothenburg, Sweden organized by Henrik Otterberg.
Students at SUNY Geneseo reading Walden and building a replica of Thoreau’s cabin on campus.
Stephen Siperstein’s 2019 classes in American Literature and Environmental Literature at Choate Rosemary Hall. Photo of Paul Mellon Humanities Center at Choate Rosemary Hall by Daderot [Public domain], from Wikimedia Commons
Steven Marsden’s students in ENG 331 American Romantic/Transcendental Literature at Stephen F. Austin State University. Avatar from a photo by Michael Barera [CC BY-SA 4.0 , CC BY-SA 3.0 or GFDL], from Wikimedia Commons
Some of us who teach Thoreau in high school, university, or other courses are talking to each other in the margins of Thoreau’s works, writing about how we teach Thoreau, and building a repository of teaching materials.
Students in SUNY Geneseo Humanities sections reading Thoreau. Linked to the Open Humanities group at English @ SUNY Geneseo.
Avatar: Pandora Opening the Box, from Art and Picture Collection, The New York Public […]
Paul Schacht’s spring 2018 section of HONR 202, Critical Reading, at SUNY Geneseo.
Prof. Anne Bruder’s ENG 200 course at Berea College.
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Students at Horace Greeley High School doing independent study on American Transcendentalism with Heidi Serrano.
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Jerome Tharaud’s class on the American Renaissance at Brandeis University.
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Heidi Serrano’s 2017-18 students at Horace Greeley High School.
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Stephen Siperstein’s 2018 American Literature class at Choate Rosemary Hall. Photo Credit: Daderot (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Students reading Thoreau at Willamette University with Professor and Senior Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs Carol S. Long, and Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students Ed Whipple.
Students in ENGL 340, Literature and Literary Study in the Digital Age, at SUNY Geneseo, Spring 2015.
Students in Schacht and Schleef’s Fall 2017 COPLACDigital course Into the Woods. We’re thinking about questions of community and sustainability in physical and virtual spaces.
Residents of the Skyline retirement community in Seattle, WA.
Stephen Siperstein’s 2017 American Literature class at Choate Rosemary Hall. Avatar photo credit: See page for author [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.
Students of John Nogowski in English III Honors at East Gadsen High School. Public domain photo of Havana, FL from Wikimedia Commons.
Honors students at University of Massachusetts Lowell. Avatar from a photo of Mass Mills in downtown Lowell, MA shared by Elizabeth Thomsen on Flickr under a Creative Commons BY-NC-SA License.
Join the Thoreau Society’s Annual Gathering at Concord in July, and join this group to connect with other participants!
Photo: Old North Bridge by Val D’Aquila on Flickr, CC-BY-NC-SA.