Social Class and the Environment Textbook: A Course Textbook

Student Essays—Spring 2021

The following is a table of contents for student essays, beginning with the Spring 2021 semester. This particular semester was all online due to COVID-19. Each essay represents the students' thoughts at the end of the course. Here is a link to the final prompt.
In The Shadows by Abbey Tinsley

Putting a Face to the Name: Identity Recognition is the Future by Alexandra Needham

Restriction as Requisite: Food Insecurity and Disordered Eating by Annaliese Terlesky

Who is Worthy? by Claire Greenburger

Women as Changemakers During Social and Environmental Crisis by Elizabeth Kroger

Capitalizing on Time: Hyper-rational Systems and a Way Out by Hanwen Zhang
Appeals to the Past by Isabella Marcus

Final Essay and Reflections by Maggie Wise

How Meritocracy Fuels a Culture of Injustice in Monique Santoso

Where Does the Media Stand? by Nina Alizadeh

The Power of the Individual by Noah Whiting

Rendering the Powerless Powerful: Centering Narratives of Strife by Olivia Eddy

Two Sides of a Pizza Counter: Pressure to Silence by an Affluent Population by Rhiana Carr

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