SLEEP DEALER- SPECIAL EVENT – ONE NIGHT ONLY – THURSDAY, MAY 9 AT 7:30 PM

The Center for Environmental Futures Emerald Earth Film Festival Presents: SPECIAL EVENT – ONE NIGHT ONLY – THURSDAY, MAY 9 AT 7:30 PM @ Bijou Art Cinemas Theater – 492 E 13th Ave SLEEP DEALER Drama/Romance/Sci-Fi – 2008 – USA/Mexico – 90 Minutes – In English & Spanish – PG-13 VIEW TRAILER ‘Sleep Dealer’ is a Sundance award-winning sci-fi thriller packed Read More …

Ken Eklund: “Authentic Fictions, Collaborative Futures” 

Ken Eklund: “Authentic Fictions, Collaborative Futures”  ENVS Brown Bag Seminar: Thursday, April 25th 12-1:30 p.m. EMU Spruce Room “Designer of a new breed of socially relevant games, Ken Eklund is a pioneer in “authentic fiction,” the art of creating immersive stories that want to write themselves. Ken explores real-world issues through collaborative play, most notably in World Without Oil (energy), Zorop(world peace), Ed Zed Omega (education) Read More …

Thursday, April 25: Pope.L: Until Now, Department of Art Visiting Artist Lecture Series Davis Family Lecture

FEATURED EVENT Thursday, April 25: Pope.L: Until Now, Department of Art Visiting Artist Lecture Series Davis Family Lecture, 6:00pm at 177 Lawrence Hall, 1190 Franklin Blvd, Eugene, OR, 97403 Events are free and open to all. Please visit the School of Art + Design for further information upcoming events, and the Departments of Art and Product Design and join us on Instagram.

“Writing the Environmental Humanities for Public Audiences” Summer Workshop

With generous funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the University of Oregon’s Center for Environmental Futures announces its first annual “Writing the Environmental Humanities for Public Audiences” workshop. The workshop will take place August 5-August 9, 2019 (with arrival and departure on August 4 and 10), at Silver Falls Resort and Conference Center, located within Silver Falls State Park, Read More …

Food Chains! Film Screening! TOMORROW NIGHT, BIJOU ART CINEMAS, 7pm!

FOOD CHAINS Documentary – 2014 – USA – 83 Minutes – Unrated VIEW TRAILER In this exposé, an intrepid group of Florida farmworkers battle to defeat the $4 trillion global supermarket industry through their ingenious Fair Food program, which partners with growers and retailers to improve working conditions for farm laborers in the United States. There is more interest in food these days Read More …

Graduate Workshop: Publishing in the Environmental Humanities

Meet with representatives from ISLE and RESILIENCE to learn strategies for writing and publishing in this dynamic field 3:00-5:00 PM, Friday, April 12,  Knight Library Browsing Room The English Department is hosting a workshop for graduate students interested in writing and publishing in the environmental humanities. Representing the flagship journals in the field, the workshop’s facilitators include: Stephanie Foote, University of West Virginia, Read More …

Professor Gerhardt to Lecture on Climate Change, Environmental Justice, and Island Nations

Christina Gerhardt Presents an “Atlas of (Remote) Islands” 3:30 PM, Thursday, April 11, 112 Lillis Hall Professor Christina Gerhardt is set to present an excerpt from her latest book project, “Atlas of (Remote) Nations and Sea Level Rise.” Combining methods and insights from cartography, geography, literary studies, creative non-fiction, environmental studies, and environmental humanities, Gerhardt will explore how climate change is impacting low-lying islands and how Read More …