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Applications in Climate & Society

Professors Brian L Kahn and Andrew J Kruczkiewicz

Even Before Getting Started

QR code for Applications in Climate Justice spring 202010-20-30 Pass!

Everyone gets a different zine

You get 30 seconds with the zine

You pass the zine to your--we'll figure out the direction(s) in class, to avoid total chaos/minor frustration

(unless you want to hold onto it for one extra turn, in which case the zine that would have gone to you goes to the next person)

Repeat 10x (then check in to see if we want to do another round).

Reflect

Take three minutes to write about what you saw and how zines feel to you.

Discuss What You Read and Saw

photo of a cat with an open box and a pile of zinesDiscuss

What kind of person made the last zine you looked at, and why?

Why did the creator(s) make a zine instead of...

  • a book
  • a poem
  • street theater
  • a Tumblr
  • an Instagram post
  • a meme
  • a protest
  • a letter to the editor
  • etc.

How to the images complement or complicate the text?

Consider

Take three minutes to write notes about what elements you'd like to incorporate in your group zine.

Share

Now That You're an Expert

zine cover: A Brief History of Civil Disobedience at Columbia

What is a zine?

 

 

 

A Brief History of Civil Disobedience at Columbia University zine by Maya Garfinkel, BC '19