News and Events

Event Date: 

Thursday, September 15, 2016 - 2:45pm

Mon, 4/10 @ 11:30amThe First Hundred Days of the Trump Administration. Bren 1414

Tues, 4/11 @ 5:30pm Community meeting on Restoration of North Campus Open Space @ Sierra Madre Apts.

Weds, 4/12 @ 7:30pm Terry Tempest Williams “The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America’s National Parks”

Mon, 4/17 @ 3pm. 36th Annual Steven Manley Memorial Lecture, Dr. Charles Lester. Bren 1414

Sat & Sun, 4/22-23. Santa Barbara Earth Day Celebration

Weds, 5/17. Naomi Klein “Our Environmental Future: Connection, Collaboration and Creation”

5/26: Sherry Ortner

2/28: “Building Capacity for Interdisciplinary Socio-­‐Environmental Synthesis: Challenges and Opportunities” Jon Kramer, Director of Interdisciplinary Science,  SESYNC

2/8:The Risk of Punk Under- Production, Shane Greene

11/10: Your Plate and the Planet. Anna Lappe

10/24-11/14: The World in 2050: Creating/ Imagining Just Climate Futures

10/12: Quantified: Redefining Conservation for the Next Economy

10/11: Forest, Weeds & Hair: Conceptual Categories of Nature and the Management of "Covers" in Amazonia

10/5: Connecting the Dots Between Livestock, Their Environmental Burdens, Dietary Preferences and Food Security in the US

Climate Change: Views from the Humanities, May 3-24 (online)

Power Dynamics: Media and the Environment Conference, 4/29-30

Hannah Garth (UC-Irvine) "The Politics of Adequacy: Food and Everyday Life in Post-Soviet Cuba," 4/22 @ 3:30pm HSSB 2001a

Shaylih Muehlmann (UBC): "The Double Life of Infrastructures in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands" 4/7 @ 4pm, Girvetz 2128

Conference: "Production/Destruction: Latin American Environments"
*Includes keynote by Gaston Gordillo (UBC) "The Forests Destroyed by Bulldozers: an Affective Geometry of the Argentine Soy Boom" 4/8 from 2- 7pm, HSSB 6020

"Energy biographies, psychosocial research and sustainable living" Karen Henwood, Mar 2 @ 2pm, SMSS 2134

"The Paradox of Recognition: Rights, Inequality, and Afro-Colombian Heritage"   María Fernanda Escallón, Mar 4 @ 3:30pm, HSSB 2001a

"Rhetoric, Dispossession, and the Environment: Uneven Development in Papua New Guinea" Paige West, Feb 22 @ 11:30, Bren 1414

 "Blurring Boundaries: Interlacing Evolution, Epigenetics, Creativity and Diversity in Understanding the Human" Agustin Fuentes, Jan 21 @ 4 PM, 6020 HSSB

"Between Subjects and Citizens: Environmentalism & Social Movements in China" Dingxin Zhao, Jan 14 @ 5 PM, 3001 HSSB

“'Back There We Had Nothing To Eat': Food Insecurity and Women’s Migration at the Intersections" Megan Carney, Jan 12 @ 4 PM, 6020 HSSB

Talks and Events at the Bren School, EEMB, Environmental Humanities Initiative, Geography & ThinkSpatial