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Marsh Institute Seminar Series: Roundtable Discussion on Blackstone Collaborative

Lurie Conference Room, Higgins University Center

Stefanie Covino, Marsh Institute research scientist and director of the Blackstone Watershed Collaborative, will discuss creating partnerships between academia and the community to build climate resilience.

Sponsored by: George Perkins Marsh Institute

Extractives@Clark Brown Bag Lunch: The Chilean Referendum

Jefferson 200

Professor Paul Posner will moderate a Q&A session with Beatriz Bustos Gallardo, professor at the Universidad de Chile, about the 2019 social revolt in Chile that led to the writing and referendum of a new constitution. The constitutional assembly included leaders from ecological movements, and an ecological lens was central to the whole document.

Sponsored by: Extractives@Clark

Regenerative Urban Ecology: A Next Phase for Science and Society – J. Morgan Grove

Jefferson 218

The Marsh/Kasperson Seminar Series and the Geography Colloquium Speaker Series welcomes J. Morgan Grove, Team Leader, Baltimore Urban Field Station, USDA Forest Service. Seminars are open to all. Attendees are expected to be vaccinated and follow Clark’s indoor mask requirements. The format is a 40-45 minute presentation followed by 15-20 minutes of questions and discussion; […]

Sponsored by: George Perkins Marsh Institute

Challenges and Opportunities in Urban Greening Theory and Practice

Arthur M. Sackler Sciences Center, 122

The Marsh/Kasperson Seminar Series welcomes Theo Eisenman, Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at UMass Amherst's College of Social & Behavioral Sciences. Seminars are open to all. Attendees are expected to be vaccinated and follow Clark’s indoor mask requirements. The format is a 40-45 minute presentation followed by 15-20 minutes of questions and discussion; interaction with speakers is encouraged.

Sponsored by: George Perkins Marsh Institute

Connecting Massachusetts’ Landscapes to Soundscapes

Alumni and Student Engagement Center 202

Florencia Sangermano, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Geography, Clark University. Seminars are open to all. Attendees are expected to be vaccinated and follow Clark’s indoor mask requirements. The format is a 40-45 minute presentation followed by 15-20 minutes of questions and discussion; interaction with speakers is encouraged.

Towards a Critical Geospatial Analysis of Police Violence

Sackler Science Center 122

Asha Best, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Geography, Clark University.  Seminars are open to all. Attendees are expected to be vaccinated and follow Clark’s indoor mask requirements. The format is a 40-45 minute presentation followed by 15-20 minutes of questions and discussion; interaction with speakers is encouraged.

Prefiguring Buen Sobrevivir: Post-extractivist, Communitarian Feminist Practices for Good Survival

South American scholars and activists have proposed buen vivir and post-extractivism as utopian paradigms of alternative nature/society relationships rooted in indigenous knowledges. This talk reassesses and modifies these abstract concepts, proposing the idea of Buen sobrevivir, or “good survival”, as a radical, prefigurative politics grown out of communitarian feminist, post-extractivist praxis by Lenca women and their networks in […]