Graduate Research Symposium (Yale Environmental Humanities)

Event time: 
Tuesday, May 3, 2022 - 2:00pm
Humanities Quadrangle 134 See map
320 York Street
New Haven, CT 06511
Event description: 

Yale Environmental Humanities will host a symposium featuring Yale graduate student research on Tuesday, May 3, 2:00-5:00pm in the Humanities Quadrangle (HQ) 134.

Symposium Agenda
Welcome: 2:00-2:10pm
Panel 1: Physical and Spiritual Environments, 2:10-2:45pm
Caitlin Kossmann (Program in the History of Science and Medicine), “Gaian Relations: Global Ecology, Planetary Culture, and Scientific Community at the Lindisfarne Association” 
Anabelle Gambert-Jouan (History of Art), “Sacred Environments in Enkū’s Sculptural Practice”
Faculty Moderator: Sunil Amrith, History
Panel 2: Island Imaginaries, 2:45-3:20pm
Jade Conlee (Music), “Modern Water and the Racialized Oasis: Anthropocene Sounds in Relaxing Music”
Dante LaRiccia (History), “Climate Control: Energy, Air Conditioning, and the Imperial Transformation of the US Pacific” 
Faculty Moderator: Deborah Coen, Program in the History of Science and Medicine
Coffee Break: 3:20-3:40pm
Panel 3: Claiming Space, 3:40-4:35pm
Taylor Rose (History), “Natural National Defense: Indigenous Dispossession in the Desert and the Rise of the Modern American Security State” 
Logan Emlet (YSE), “‘A place where salt won’t run short in winter, and grain won’t run short in summer’: Apportioning Scarcity and Abundance in Dolpo Geographies” 
Vanessa Koh (Anthropology/YSE), “Governing the Ground: An Analysis of Singapore’s Subsurfaces” 
Faculty Moderator: Cajetan Iheka, English
Reception and Spring Celebration: 4:35-5:30pm
Yale Environmental Humanities gratefully acknowledges the financial support of the 320 York Humanities Grant Program, the Yale School of the Environment, the Whitney Humanities Center, and The Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Memorial Fund.
Open to: 
Yale Community Only