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Science in the Public Square: Ursula Heise

Umrath Lounge

Culture and Environmental Crisis

A panel discussion featuring Faculty Book Celebration keynote lecturer Nicole Seymour and Ursula Heise
Olin Library, Room 142

Environmental Studies Knight Distinguished Lecture Series

Unlocking the Climate Impasse: The View from the Frontlines of the Energy Transition Alexander F. Gazmararian, Princeton University
Holmes Lounge

In Defense of Tackiness: The Queer Environmental Politics of Glitter - 2024 Faculty Book Celebration

Featuring keynote speaker Nicole Seymour, professor of English, California State University, Fullerton, and author, “Glitter,” an environmental-cultural history of a substance often dismissed as frivolous
Umrath Lounge

Freedom on the Move Symposium

Cornell University

Toxic Sublime: Art and the Climate Crisis

The Madrid-based artist Santiago Sierra’s 52 Canvases Exposed to Mexico City’s Air—on view in the Saligman Family Atrium at the Kemper Art Museum—presents a visualization of the toxicity of contemporary urban life, employing art as direct evidence of airborne contaminants.
Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum