Ph.D. 2009 (Philosophy of Education), New York University; Ed.M. 2003 (Philosophy of Education), Harvard University; B.A. 2002 (Philosophy, German Studies), Haverford College
Office Address: 285 Mercer Street, 10th Floor New York, NY 10003
Areas of Research/Interest:
Environmental education; environmental philosophy; food and the environment; animal ethics
Affiliated with other departments or programs
Affiliated Professor of Bioethics
Distinguished New Course Award from the Animals and Society Institute and Humane Society U.S. "Food, Animals and the Environment", 2010
College of Arts and Science Outstanding Teaching Award, Spring 2009.
Schlottmann, C.P., "Climate Change and Education," in Climate Change: Ethics, Politics, and Themes (Routledge, Spring 2013), eds. Marcello diPaola and Gianfranco Pellegrino.
Reflecting on Nature: Readings in Environmental Philosophy. Oxford University Press: New York, NY, Fall 2012. Eds. D. Jamieson, L. Gruen and C. Schlottmann.
Conceptual Challenges for Environmental Education: Advocacy, Autonomy, Implicit Education and Values. Peter Lang: New York, NY, 2012.
Review of James McWilliams, "Just Food" ISEE Newsletter, Summer 2012.
"Sustainability Ethics," in Sustainability Ethics: 5 Questions (Automatic/VIP Press, 2010), ed. Evan Selinger, Ryan Raffelle, and Wade Robison. With Dale Jamieson.
“Educational Ethics and the Decade of Education for Sustainable Development: Considering Trade-Offs,” (Special Issue on DESD), Theory and Research in Education (Sage Publishers), Vol. 6, No. 2, July 2008.
Guest Editor, “Special Issue on Place-Based and Environmental Education,” Ethics, Place and Environment (Routledge Publishers), Vol. 8, No. 3, 2005.
Students (last names M-Z) can schedule an advising appointment by visiting http://goo.gl/NS5Vm.