March 14, 2019

“The Role of the Humanities in the Environment”

An open book on a wood table is edited to look as if a field has grown on it. A path revealing the basic page has been carved through the grass.
©Joos Mesie
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Laughing Planet
941 N. Virginia St.

March 14, 2019
5:30 p.m.

How might the humanities play a role in facilitating equity in the distribution of natural resources? What is the role of the humanities in addressing climate change and other environmental issues? How does the representation of nature in cultural production shape our understanding of, and relationship to, the environment?


Callum Ingram, Assistant Professor in the Political Science and Core Humanities


Mike Branch, Assistant Professor in English

Ran Duan, Assistant Professor in Journalism

Debra Harry, Lecturer in the Gender, Race, and Identity Program

Elizabeth Koebele, Assistant Professor in Political Science