Thursday, May 27 from 4:30-6pm PST via Zoom
Please join us for the final Spring quarter installation of the Arts + Justice Research Workshop Series, a panel discussion on the Environmental Humanities and environmental justice featuring ethnomusicologist Nadia Chana, artist-theorist Elaine Gan, and scholar-activist Pavithra Vasudevan. Centering themes of temporality, corporeality, and race, our panelists come together to discuss the un/making of bodies, corporeal archives, and sounding praxes of environmental justice as they intersect with one another. In the age of the Anthropocene, such conversations demonstrating the interdisciplinarity and generative potentialities of Environmental Humanities research are urgently necessary. This panel discussion will be moderated by Stanford Mellon Fellow in English, Carlos Alonso Nugent.
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