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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; […]

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Challenges and Opportunities in Urban Greening Theory and Practice

Alumni and Student Engagement Center 202

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.

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 […]

Expanding mining’s frontier to the deep seabed: What could possibly go wrong?

Zoom link HERE Presenter: Catherine Coumans Coumans has coordinated corporate accountability research and the Asia-Pacific program at MiningWatch Canada for 20 years. She has worked in solidarity with communities and Indigenous peoples affected by Canadian mining companies in more than ten Asia-Pacific countries and in Tanzania. She holds a Ph.D. in Anthropology and has published on […]

Listening in Nature Event

Hadwen Arboretum

Join us for a walking tour of Clark's Hadwen Arboretum with Dr. John Rogan and Nick Geron, as guides to the ongoing restoration work including trail creation, tree planting, and invasive species removal. The tour will last about one hour. Please meet at the intersection of May and Lovell Street to walk over together. Contact: […]

The Ecology of Genocide – Felipe Milanez

Dana Commons, Higgins Lounge

Speaker: Felipe Milanez, Professor at the Institute for Humanities, Arts and Sciences Professor Milton Santos and the Multidisciplinary Postgraduate Program in Culture and Society, of the Federal University of Bahia, Brazil This presentation investigates the relationships between the physical destruction of humans and of nature in the Brazilian Amazon. It pays particular attention to the […]

Extractives@Clark presents Dr. Felipe Milanez

Libbie Lounge – Geography Building 950 Main St, Worcester, MA

Join us via Zoom HERE Extractives@Clark  will be hosting an initial conversation with Dr. Milanez to learn about his work with indigenous and quilombola communities in the Brazilian Amazon. His work in political ecology and environmental humanities examines the relationship between different forms of dispossessions and aggressions to the environment and indigenous, and traditional communities' forms […]