Environmental Justice, Race, and the Public Lands Symposium

Environmental Justice, Race, and Public Lands Symposium poster

What does it look like to promote equity, diversity, and inclusion in national parks, national forests, and other public lands and water? What does it mean to manage public lands for environmental justice? What are indigenous perspectives on public land management? What might a historical perspective add to our understanding? Please join us for this exciting event! More details are available Read More …

Carsten Strathausen, “Neuroaesthetics–The Science of Art?”

Friday, March 9th. 12pm in 115 Lawrence Hall. Over the last two decades, neuroaesthetics–the interpretation of art based on evolutionary theory and neuroscientific data—has developed into a prominent new field in the humanities. This lecture provides a critical-historical overview of neuroaesthetics that details both its promise and perils for the study of art and aesthetics. Lecture by Carsten Strathausen, Professor Read More …