"Environmental Humanities at Scale" series announced
Environmental Humanities at Scale is a semester-long series of 1-hour conversations on zoom with scholars, poets, storytellers, and activists to engage several pressing topics related to the climate crisis. This series aims to highlight important work in EH, to provide a space for thinking critically and creatively and practically about questions of scale, and to dedicate time to talking together across disciplines, genres, and senses of measure.
March 18, 2-3pm -- Plant Diaspora
April 8, 2-3pm -- Water Justice
April 22, 2-3pm -- Climate Migration
April 29, 2-3pm -- Genders for the Anthropocene
Visit the event page here for registration links and more details.