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GSG Colloquium Speaker Series: Kelsey Johnson, University of Toronto

Jefferson 218

An economy of immunity: race, exposure, and the spatial lives of antibodies in the American plasma economy In 2020, a market in convalescent blood plasma developed as a potential treatment for Covid-19. During this time, commercial plasma centers—which collect the blood plasma from paid donors for pharmaceutical production—paid recovered patients as much as $100 for […]

GSG Colloquium Speaker Series: Laurence C. Smith, Brown University

Jefferson 218

The Powers of Rivers This talk will explore some of the many ways that humans have used rivers over time, and how we continue to do so today. Since our earliest cities established along the Tigris-Euphrates, Indus, Nile, and Yellow Rivers, anthropogenic use of rivers has changed over time and varied by region. Yet their […]

Graduate School of Geography Centennial Celebration

We invite you to join us as we celebrate 100 years of Clark Geography and the impact our scholars have made on the world. All panels are free and open to the campus community and the public. The luncheon, dinner, and receptions are limited to GSG alumni, faculty, staff, and invited guests. View the Full […]