Socialist industrialization, eco-linguistic, agro-food globalization and much more during the 2016 summer semester at the Rachel Carson Center.
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14 April 2016:
Ernst Langthaler on “‘Miracle Bean’: Soy and Agro-Food Globalization since 1870”
21 April 2016:
Robert Wilson on “Forging the Climate Movement: Global Warming and American Environmental Activism”
28 April 2016:
Allen Thompson on “Novel Ecosystems and Adapting Nature Conservation”
12 May 2016:
Sarah Strauss and Carrick Eggleston on “Energy Transitions in the Twenty-First Century: Science, Culture, and Sustainable Systems”
19 May 2016:
Pey-Yi Chu on “Conquest versus Adaptation: Permafrost and Socialist Industrialization in the Soviet Union”
2 June 2016:
Alan MacEachern on “Respecting Borders: Two Nations’ Histories of a Natural Disaster”
16 June 2016:
Vidya Sarveswaran on “Under Another Sky—A Story from Rajasthan”
23 June 2016:
Benjamin Hale on “The Wild and The Wicked: On Nature and Human Nature”
7 July 2016:
Saskia Beudal on “Science, Imagination, and Narrative: Rachel Carson as Interdisciplinary Thinker”
14 July 2016:
Arran Stibe on “Ecolinguistics: The Search for New Stories to Live By”
Category: Center Activities, Lunchtime Colloquium, VideosTags: activism, conservation, culture, disasters, ecology, ecosystems, Energy transitions, environmentalism, global warming, globalization, india, industrialization, linguistic, science, socialism
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