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National Book Award Winner Barry Lopez comes to Tulane

Monday, March 2, 2020 - 18:00

National Book Award winner and decorated author Barry Lopez will give a reading of his work at Tulane on March 2nd, 6:00 PM, Diboll Gallery (Room 300), The Commons. This is the final event of the 2019-2020 Environmental Studies Speaker Series, "American Water and Actual Air."
Over a long and decorated career, Lopez has written with vividness and specificity about the natural world and the people and creatures for whom the landscape is home. Robert McFarlane of the Guardian describes the experience of first reading Lopez's work thus: 

Sarah Broom in conversation with Vann Newkirk

Tuesday, February 4, 2020 - 18:00

Sarah Broom in conversation with Vann Newkirk
Tuesday, February 4, 6pm; preceded by a reception at 5:30pm
Stone Auditorium, Woldenberg Arts Center, room 210
The event is free and open to the public, and no tickets are required, but please arrive early to guarantee seating.
 

The Green New Deal

Monday, November 4, 2019 - 18:00

Rhiana Gunn-Wright is the policy lead for the Green New Deal at New Consensus.
Jennifer Parker is a Staff Editor for the Op-Ed page at the New York Times.
The event is part of the Environmental Studies 2019-2020 speaker series.

David Berman

Monday, October 7, 2019 - 00:00

David Berman is a poet and a singer-songwriter.
This event is part of the 2019-2020 Environmental Studies series, "The Lay of the Land."

Situated Mapping: Using Data Visualization to Rethink Urban Socio-spatial Inequalities **NOTE: NEW TIME AND LOCATION***

Thursday, March 21, 2019 - 16:00

Dr. Shelton is a broadly-trained human geographer working at the intersection of digital geographies, critical GIS and urban geography. His research focuses on how urban spaces and social inequalities are represented, reproduced and contested through data. In particular, he is interested in how data can be used to produce alternative understandings of urban socio-spatial inequalities that challenge the stigmatization of certain people and places. 

Stories from Apalachicola: An Endangered River

Thursday, March 14, 2019 - 18:00

Film screening and conversation with the filmmaker
Stories from the Apalachicola is the result of an interdisciplinary effort called the Apalachicola River Project.  The project is a collaboration between students in the Digital Media Production, Media and Communication Studies, English, and Environmental Science and Policy departments.  They partnered with Apalachicola Riverkeeper.