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Environmental Humanities Research Initiative (Graduate Panel)

April 9 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Carolina Fautsch, English

‘Strangely Active’: The Role of the Nonhuman in the World of the Romance

Rhiannon Clarke, Modern Languages & Literatures

Pulling Dead Snails from an Elephant’s Lung: Abjection and the Agency of Assemblages in Lorca’s Poet in New York

Fernando López Vega, Anthropology

Bioenergy and Green Grabbing in the Orinoco River: Energy Sovereignty, Scientific Controversies, and Green Jobs in Colombia

Moderated by: Graduate Working Group on Environmental Humanities
Introduced by Jennifer Gosetti-Ferencei, Modern Languages & Literatures, Philosophy

Sponsored by: The Alexander Grass Humanities Institute and Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, Johns Hopkins University. For information contact [email protected]

*Reception to follow – all are welcome


April 9
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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