Arizona State University
Carrie Karsgaard is a Postdoctoral Fellow at ASU funded through Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC). Her current research examines the resistant potential of social media for anti-colonial public pedagogy, particularly in relation to climate and extractive issues. Keep an eye out this year for her forthcoming book, Instagram as Public Pedagogy: Online Activism and the Trans Mountain Pipeline.
Country(ies) of SpecialtyCanada
Focus areas of expertiseClimate policy and politics Climate Justice Social movements Social Media
Gladwin, D., Karsgaard, C., & Shultz, L. (2022). Collaborative learning on energy justice: International youth perspectives on energy literacy and climate justice. The Journal of Environmental Education, 53(5), 251- 260.
Karsgaard, C., & Shultz, L. (2022). Youth movements and climate education for justice. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. Oxford University Press.
Karsgaard, C. (2022). Perform and transform the settler colonial city: Digital infrastructure and located expression on Instagram. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographers, 21(6), 623-640.
Karsgaard, C., & Davidson, D. (2021). “Must we wait for youth to speak out before we listen? International youth perspectives and climate change education.” Education Review 52(2), 1-19.
Thew, H., Karsgaard, C., Marquardt, J., Rist, C., & Yona, L. (2021). “Youth participation in UN Framework Convention on Climate Change conferences: Challenges and opportunities.” COP26 Research Fellowship Policy Brief.
MacKay, M., Parlee, B., & Karsgaard, C. (2020). “Youth engagement in climate change action: Case study on indigenous youth at COP24.” Sustainability 12, 1-17.
Shultz, L., & Karsgaard, C. (2020). “Researchers work with high school students from 18 countries to address energy futures.” Energy Humanities.
Shultz, L., & Karsgaard, C. (2020). “Power of a global classroom: Learning about climate change and just energy futures.” SangSaeng 53, 16-18.
Karsgaard, C., & MacDonald, M. (2020). “Picturing the pipeline: Mapping settler colonialism on Instagram.” New Media and Society 22(7), 1206-1226.
Hall, D., & Dowdell, E. (2018). D. Davidson & C. Karsgaard (Eds.), “Youth and climate change: International youth participation in the IPCC cities and climate change conference.” The Centre for Global Education. Edmonton, Canada.