The Center for Environmental Futures is proud to announce the recipients of the 2019 Undergraduate Honors Thesis and Research Awards in the Environmental Humanities ——————————————————————————— Recipient Sara Fatimah Advisor(s) Leigh Johnson, Geography Kathie Carpenter, International Studies Project Title “Climate Change, Food Security, and Out-migration in Afghanistan” ——————————————————————————— Recipient David Grabicki Advisor(s) Steven Beda, History Rebecca Lewis, PPPM Project Title “Transformative Read More …
Friday, November 16, 2018 at 11:30 AM – 1 PM PST Columbia 249 Calling all ENVS Grads: Revamping ECOTONE. We will meet to discuss the future of the journal ECOTONE, whether we want to turn it into an online journal, and new procedures for choosing a graduate student Editor. We now have funds for a $2.5K per year stipend for Read More …
4pm Thursday, November 15th Peter Walker, Department of Geography, University of Oregon will be giving a talk entitled, “After Malhuer: Understanding Anti-Public Lands Militancy”. Talk will be in Knight Library Browsing Room
Right now through December 30, 2018 find 58 recent works made by 30 artists from 13 countries that investigate the complex cultural and material nexus that is “Plastic.” Exhibition on Campus at the Schnitzer Museum of Art! Hours Wednesday – Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Wednesday Open until 8:00 p.m. Free for UO Faculty, Staff, & Students
April Anson, PhD candidate, English, and a 2018-19 OHC Dissertation Fellow, will give a Work-in Progress talk “Unfenceable Sovereignties: Unsettling Natures of Possession in American Literature” at noon on Friday, October 5th in the OHC Conference Room (159 PLC).
Join us on May 9-11 for a CEF co-sponsored event organized by Professor Sarah Wald. The event coincides with and supports the annual Indigenous Peoples and Climate Change Lecture, offered this year by Dr. Karletta Chief and Dr. Margaret Hiza Redsteer. Please join us! Link below. Link to EJ, Race, and Public Lands Schedule
Mellon award story in Around the O The CEF has won a 600K award from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support student and faculty research in the interdisciplinary study of environmental problems and solutions.