“Landscape and Memory”: Spring Lecture Series

Landscape and Memory, Spring 2018 Poster
January 17, 2018

Yale Environmental Humanities is delighted to announce:

“Landscape and Memory” 

Yale Environmental Humanities Spring Lecture Series

January 24: Laura Barraclough, Elihu Rubin, and Ila Tyagi (Yale), Keywords: “Justice,” “Preservation,” and “Scale” Panel and Reception

February 14: Kate Brown (Maryland), “A Manual for Disaster: Health, Ecology and Survival in the Chernobyl Zone”

March 7: Mieka Erley (Colgate), author of Black Soil, Red Earth: Russian Soil and the Landscapes of Socialism

April 3: Caitlin DeSilvey (Exeter), “Curated Decay: Inevitable Loss and Other Opportunities”

April 11: Pratik Chakrabarti (Manchester), “Gondwana and the Politics of Primitivism” 

April 19: Dan Brayton (Middlebury), “The Stews of Southwark: An Environmental History”

For event times and locations, visit environmentalhumanities.yale.edu/calendar

The events are being hosted in partnership with the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Yale Environmental History, Slavic Languages and Literatures, South Asian Studies Council, Literature, the Arts & the Environment Colloquium, Yale School of Architecture, The Edward J. and Dorothy Clarke Kempf Memorial Fund, and the MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale.