These sessions are intended as opportunities for members of the Penn community to share environmental humanities related works-in-progress in an informal environment, and to help build the EH scholarly community on the Penn campus.
All sessions will be held Wednesdays from 12:30 - 1:30 PM in the Humanities Conference Room in Williams Hall, Room 623, unless otherwise specified. Bring a lunch and join us!
Wednesday, September 11
Michael Weisberg & Ernesto Vaca, "Community Science and Social Change in the Galapagos”
Wednesday, October 2
Kristina Lyons, "Rivers and Reconciliation: Reconstructing Environmental Memory in Times of Conflict and Transition"
(stop by Williams 602 or email email@example.com for a copy of the paper)
Wednesday, October 23
Emily Steiner, “Encyclopedic Style: Natural History and English Prose c. 1400"
*Thursday, November 7
Nikhil Anand & Bethany Wiggin, "After Rising Waters"
Wednesday, November 20
Rahul Mukherjee, "Wireless Saturation"
Wednesday, December 4
Karen M'Closkey, "GEO-visualization"