“Provisions… for Situations Yet to Come” with artist Amy Franceschini

Mark your calendars for this lecture by Futurefarmers founder and environmental artist Amy Franceschini.   Thursday, February 14, 2019 4:00 p.m. Lawrence Hall, Room 115   “Through public art, architecture, museum installations, publications and temporary educational programs inside institutions, [Futurefarmers] have transformed public policy, urban planning, educational curricula and public transportation plans. Futurefarmers’ work often creates relational sculptures and tools Read More …

APPLY NOW: Mellon Dissertation Fellowships

The Center for Environmental Futures (CEF) offers two Dissertation Fellowships in partnership with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the University of Oregon’s College of Arts and Sciences. These fellowships intend to provide two University of Oregon graduate students working in the interdisciplinary field of the Environmental Humanities with one academic year of support in order to complete their dissertations. Read More …

APPLY NOW: Mellon Faculty Research Awards, Summer 2019

The Center for Environmental Futures (CEF) is pleased to announce the inaugural Summer Faculty Research Awards. CEF will offer five summer stipends of $5,000 each to support faculty research and writing in the environmental humanities and creative works in the environmental arts. The grant period is June 16, 2019 to September 15, 2019. All expenditures and proposed activities must be Read More …

“Climate Revolution Now.” With writer/activist Mary DeMocker

Please join us for “Climate Revolution Now,” with UO-graduate and writer/activist Mary DeMocker. DeMocker presents a workshop about how to feel and be empowered in the climate justice fight, even in the face of growing environmental tyranny from our own government. DeMocker designs and leads youth-centered climate protests which have been featured on PBS NewsHour and in ARTCOP21, the 2015 Read More …

Salmon is Everything Play Reading

Dear Friends and Colleagues, December 5th, at 7 pm, in the Many Nations Longhouse, UO campus The Native Play Reading Group will present a concert reading of “Salmon Is Everything” in the Many Nations Longhouse, UO campus. Salmon Is Everything, developed in collaboration with the tribal communities of the Klamath Watershed, tells the story of the devastating 2001 fish kill Read More …

“Climate Revolution Now,” with UO-graduate and writer/activist Mary DeMocker

Please join us for “Climate Revolution Now,” with UO-graduate and writer/activist Mary DeMocker. DeMocker presents a workshop about how to feel and be empowered in the climate justice fight, even in the face of growing environmental tyranny from our own government. DeMocker designs and leads youth-centered climate protests which have been featured on PBS NewsHour and in ARTCOP21, the 2015 Read More …