Events

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Mar
28
Tue
Critical Climate Thinking: The Passing of Paradise: Corals and The(ir) End in West Papua
Mar 28 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm Mergenthaler 426

Speaker: Nils Bubandt, Professor in the Department of Anthropology, Aarhus University

Commentator: Erica Schoenberger (JHU)

Critical Climate Thinking is an interdisciplinary lecture series that aims to generate a conversation concerning climate change not merely as a scientific phenomenon but as a persistent dimension of lived experience. It approaches the cosmos not only as an object outside us, but as something in us.

Lecture series co-organized by Rochelle Tobias (GRLL), Naveeda Khan (Anthropology), and Deborah Poole (Anthropology) and co-sponsored by E2SHI, Anthropology, GRLL, CAMS, and Africana Studies.

Apr
11
Tue
Critical Climate Thinking: Disciplining the Life Sciences: The Hunterian Legacy 1813 – 1861
Apr 11 @ 5:15 pm – 7:15 pm Gilman 479

Speaker: Tilottama Rajan (Western University, Canada)

Commentator: Katie Hindmarch-Watson (JHU)

Critical Climate Thinking is an interdisciplinary lecture series that aims to generate a conversation concerning climate change not merely as a scientific phenomenon but as a persistent dimension of lived experience. It approaches the cosmos not only as an object outside us, but as something in us.

Lecture series co-organized by Rochelle Tobias (GRLL), Naveeda Khan (Anthropology), and Deborah Poole (Anthropology) and co-sponsored by E2SHI, Anthropology, GRLL, CAMS, and Africana Studies.