Tea Speaker Series
The Geography Department continues its long tradition of public lectures on Thursdays.
All Talks are open to the public in 106 Condon Hall, 1321 Kincaid Street, at 4:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted
As always, please join us for snacks in Condon 108 at 3:30 prior to the talk for treats and announcements!
Nathan McClintock, Portland State University
Production in/of “The Greenest City:” Urban Agriculture and its Governance in Portland and Vancouver
Salvatore Engel-Di Mauro, State University of New York at New Paltz
Socialist States and Environments: Fictions, Contexts, and Contradictions
Tamlin Pavelsky, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Organizing the World’s Water: Understanding Rivers from Space
Kelly Kay, University of California, Los Angeles
“Private Land is Public Land:” Political Ecologies of Recreation on Industrial Tree Farms
Alida Cantor, Portland State University
Legal Political Ecologies of Water: Water Rights and the Public Trust Doctrine in California and Hawai’i
Rina Ghose, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
“Beet the System:” Contesting Food Injustice in the Neoliberal City
Michael Nelson, Oregon State University
The Ecology of Suprise: Ecology and Ethics in an Old-Growth Forest
We look forward to seeing you there!
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