Fall 2022 Symposium on the Environmental Humanities

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Join us as we bring together three leading scholars on climate change to present Animal Affects, Absences, and Planetary Politics, our Fall 2022 Symposium on the Environmental Humanities.

Cajetan Iheka, Ph.D., African Ecological Storytelling: Relationality as Method Cajetan Iheka is Professor of English at Yale University. His books include Africa Ecomedia: Network Forms, Planetary Politics (Duke University Press, 2021) and Naturalizing Africa: Ecological Violence, Agency, and Postcolonial Resistance in African Literature (Cambridge University Press, 2018).

Min Hyoung Song, Ph.D., Paying Attention to Climate Change Min Hyoung Song is the Chair of the English Department at Boston College, and the author of Climate Lyricism (Duke, 2022); The Children of 1965: On Writing, and Not Writing, as an Asian American (Duke, 2013); and Strange Future: Pessimism and the 1992 Los Angeles Riots (Duke, 2005).

Kari Weil, Ph.D., Animal Affects and the Flesh of the World Kari Weil is University Professor of Letters, the College of the Environment and Feminist, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wesleyan University. Her books include Precarious Partners: Horses and their Humans in Nineteenth-Century France (University of Chicago Press, 2020) and Thinking Animals: Why Animal Studies Now (Columbia UP, 2012).

Admission to the symposium is free and open to the public. Registration is not required.

Proudly co-sponsored by the Higgins School of Humanities, the Program in Media, Culture & the Arts, the Department of English, and the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Clark University.

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