Yale Environmental Humanities will kick off a semester-long interdisciplinary series on “Landscape and Memory” with a panel on “Keywords in the Environmental Humanities.” Three Yale scholars will discuss conceptual terms shaping how humanities scholars write about the environment and society.
The 4PM-5PM Keywords panel features:
“Justice” by Laura Barraclough (American Studies and Ethnicity, Race & Migration)
“Preservation” by Elihu Rubin (Architecture and American Studies)
“Scale” by Ila Tyagi (Film and Media Studies and American Studies)
The panel will be followed by a 5:00pm-6:15pm reception to celebrate the start of the spring semester.