envsoc Environments & Societies, February 24: “Dispossessing the Drylands: Why Environmental Science and Critical Realism Matter for a Sustainable Future”

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The Research Initiative in Environments and Societies (E&S) announces our second event of the quarter, Wednesday, February 24 from 4-6 pm in 126 Voorhies. This will be a public lecture, so there is no precirculated paper to read in advance.

Presenter: Dr. Diana Davis, Department of History, UC Davis

Lecture: "Dispossessing the Drylands: Why Environmental Science and Critical Realism Matter for a Sustainable Future"

The E&S Colloquium provides an unparalleled opportunity for intensive workshopping of works-in-progress on critical environmental topics. By participating in the colloquium series, you engage with a diverse group of scholars in the environmental humanities and humanistic social sciences, building an ongoing discussion of some of the most pressing environmental questions and challenges of our time. Please see the full schedule, check guidelines for presenters, and preview Winter events here.

If you are interested in being added to the Environments & Societies listserv, please email raegli. You can find up-to-date information on the general website, here.

Please do share this announcement, and we hope you’ll join us on Wednesday, February 24 for discussion, camaraderie, and refreshments!