Blog

  • Gender & Climate Change
    Does gender matter in global climate change? Joane Nagel is University Distinguished Professor of Sociology and Chair of the Anthropology Department at the University of Kansas. She is a political and cultural sociologist whose work focuses on ethnicities, genders, and sexualities in the US and the global system and the militarization of gender, science, and…
  • Film Screening & Artist Talk
    Reminder of upcoming events today and this weekend! Tonight 6pm Film Screening and Discussion with Cannupa Hanka Luger and Talon Claybrook ***UPDATE: This event has been moved to the UO Law Center, room 175. UO Law is just down the path from the Museum of Natural and Cultural History. This is A Stereotype: A Screening and Panel Discussion with Cannupa Hanska Luger and…
  • "On the Road to Nameless: Adventures in Multispecies Storytelling."
    Please join us next Thursday (11/15) at 1pm in Columbia 249  for a catered lunch and a fabulous talk in our first ENVS brown bag of the year, with Karin Bolender. Karin Bolender (K-Haw) Hart is an artist-researcher who seeks untold stories within muddy meshes of mammals, plants, microbes, and many others. Under the auspices…
  • "Climate Revolution Now." with writer/activist Mary DeMocker
    Dec. 7th. 11am-1pm. Columbia 249 (ENVS conference room) "Climate Revolution Now." UO-graduate and writer/activist Mary 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…
  • Revamping ECOTONE
    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…
  • After Malhuer: Understanding Anti-Public Lands Militancy
    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
  • Exhibition on Campus at the Schnitzer Museum of Art! PLASTIC ENTANGLEMENTS: ECOLOGY, AESTHETICS, MATERIALS
    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…
  • Talk on Friday 10/5 “Unfenceable Sovereignties: Unsettling Natures of Possession in American Literature” with April Anson
    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).