Category: Environment

Reimagining Sustainability • IAMCR 2018 – University of Oregon

CSWS Advisory Board member Gabriela Martínez is one of the co-organizers of this important media conference.
The 44th Annual International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Conference at the University of Oregon will take place from June 20-24, 2018.The conference theme is “Reimagining Sustainability: Communication and Media Research in a Changing World,” which will not […]

Margaret Redsteer talks about the effects of climate change on the Navajo Nation

UO Today #710 guest: Margaret Redsteer
Posted on May 15th, 2018 in Oregon Humanities Center, UO Today
 
Margaret Hiza Redsteer is a research scientist focused on geology, landscape ecology, water quality, climate change and its impacts on Native American communities, and tracking these impacts using local and traditional knowledge. She discusses how climate change is impacting the Navajo […]

“Nature in Doubt: Intersex in a Chemical Era,” with Tyrone Hayes, Elizabeth Reis, and Kari Norgaard

[ October 24, 2014; 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. ] 250 Clinical Services
901 E. 18th
UO campus
PANEL: “Nature in Doubt: Intersex in a Chemical Era”
Professor Tyrone Hayes will participate on a panel with CSWS advisory board member Elizabeth Reis, professor and head, UO Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, concerning the implications of his work in the field of gender studies. Kari Norgaard, professor, UO Department […]

Shannon Elizabeth Bell Interviewed for Fembot’s Books Aren’t Dead Podcast

Fembot’s February Books Aren’t Dead (BAD) interview couldn’t come at a more important time, especially in light of last month’s Elk River chemical spill in Charleston, West Virginia.
In this BAD interview Sue Dockstader (MS, University of Oregon) talks with Shannon Bell (assistant professor, University of Kentucky), author of Our Roots Run Deep as Ironweed: Appalachian […]

“Too Many P’s”? Personal, Political, Publics and Potatoes — a conversation about the politics of food and kinship with novelist Ruth Ozeki

[ May 9, 2013; 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. ] Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Fir Room, 1222 E. 13th Ave.
UO campus    FREE & open to the public
“Too Many P’s”? Personal, Political, Publics and Potatoes
Ruth Ozeki will read from her novel, All Over Creation, and will be joined at the table by an interdisciplinary panel of scholars. We will talk about public engagement with agricultural technoscience, genetic […]

“Botanical Interventions: Rebuilding Landscapes, Reshaping Communities” — Oliver Kellhammer & Jennifer Burns Levin

[ May 9, 2013; 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm. ] Hendricks Hall
Hearth Rm (1st floor)
1408 University St., UO campus

A Fireside Conversation with Oliver Kellhammer, a permaculture artist, writer, and teacher specializing in ecological restoration and land art, and Jennifer Burns Levin, who teaches literature in the UO Clark Honors College. The two  will talk about Kellhammer’s interest in the shifting power relationships within public urban […]