The Future of the Environmental Humanities (Seattle, Oct 31 – Nov 3)
The Future of the Environmental Humanities includes two major lectures for public audiences. On Thursday, Oct. 31, at 6:30 pm, ecocriticism pioneer Lawrence Buell (American Literature, Harvard University), delivers a talk as part of the Walker Ames Lecture series. Titled “Environmental Imagination at the Crossroads,” the lecture opens the conference.
On Friday, Nov. 1, at 4:30 pm, noted scholar Ursula Heise (English, University of California, Los Angeles), speaks on the subject of environmental humanities, the Anthropocene, and posthumanism. Her talk takes place in Communications 120.
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