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Fall 2021 Colloquium Speaker Series – Sofia Zaragocin Carvajal

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A hemispheric approach to decolonial feminist geography. There is a clear link made between the Americas and the Hemispheric from activists and scholars working on decolonial feminist and antiracist perspectives. […]

James Wescoat

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James Wescoat Aga Khan Professor, Department of Architecture, MIT Rural Drinking Water Planning in Maharashtra, India—An Important Chapter in Panchayati Raj Reforms Rural drinking water planning remains a small field […]

Brian King

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Brian King Department of Geography, Pennsylvania State University Infectious Addictions: Geographies of Colliding Epidemics  The U.S. opioid epidemic and COVID-19 pandemic are two of the most pressing societal challenges of […]

Aaron Grade

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Aaron Grade The George Perkins Marsh Institute, Clark University Fear, Parental Behavior, and Community Structure of Wildlife in Residential Lands In an urbanizing world, residential lands provide an opportunity for […]

Meha Jain

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Meha Jain School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Michigan Joint Colloquium with The George Perkins Marsh Institute Adapting to Global Environmental Change: How Can We Ensure Food Security in […]

Lucy Hutyra

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Lucy Hutyra Department of Earth and Environment, Boston University Impacts of Urbanization & Landscape Fragmentation on the Carbon Cycle Forest fragmentation is ubiquitous across urban and rural areas. While there […]

Fall 2020 Colloquium Speaker Series – Sacoby Wilson

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Sacoby Wilson University of Maryland, Dept of Public Health New Earth Conversation event co-sponsored by Geography A Syndemic 400 Years in the Making In the United States, Black, Indigenous, and […]

Fall 2020 Colloquium Speaker Series – Sharlene Mollet

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Sharlene Mollet University of Toronto, Dept of Human Geography CO-Sponsored with IDCE Tourism Troubles: Feminist political ecologies of land and body in the making of residential tourism space in Panama […]

Fall 2020 Colloquium Speaker Series – Alex Tarr

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Alex Tarr Worcester State University Dept Of Earth, Environment and Physics Beyond Berkeley: Critical Cultural Landscape Studies and A People’s Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area The San Francisco Bay Area has long been celebrated and decried as a hearth of liberalism and radicalism in the United States. Place names like “San Francisco,” “Berkeley” […]

Fall 2020 Colloquium Speaker Series – Danielle Wood

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Danielle Wood   Joint Colloquium with the George Perkins Marsh Institute MIT Media Lab, Director of the Space Enabled Research Group Sustainability in Space and on Earth: Research Initiatives of the Space Enabled Research Group The presentation will present the work of the Space Enabled Research Group at the MIT Media Lab. The mission of […]