The University of Toronto Environmental Humanities Network Presents a Conversation with Dr Bethany Wiggin

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From the University of Toronto Environmental Humanities Network:

Are you interested in the future of environmental humanities research at UofT & beyond? Do you ever wonder how other universities began the process of finding a permanent home for environmental humanities research within their institution? Do you geek out about environmental humanities pedagogy?

If any of your answers were "yes," please join us for an important conversation with Dr. Bethany Wiggin on Dec. 4th, 2020 from 12-2 PM EST. **You must register to receive Zoom link.**

Dr. Wiggin is the Founding Director of the University of Pennsylvania's Program in the Environmental Humanities (PPEH) and the serving Co-President of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (ASLE). In our conversation with Dr. Wiggin, we will consider how to develop an equitable and creative environmental humanities program. We anticipate a lively conversation about building a centre for the environmental humanities from the ground up - including pitfalls and possibilities - and what kind of partnerships, teaching and research we can foster at U of T.

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