Charlas con Café: Carbon Counter-Mapping: A Public Political Ecology for Climate Justice

Climate justice is a discourse and social-movement that has attracted a diverse group of actors who recognize climate change as a deeply political and moral issue requiring immediate and ethical action. One form of collective action and engaged scholarship in this regard is the Climate Alliance Mapping Project (CAMP), a recently initiated collaboration between academics, environmental NGOs, and Indigenous organizations to address climate change at its roots.

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Fri, 04/27/2018 - 13:00 to 14:00

Lecture at SOA: “In their time and ours”: Intertextual Play as a Site for Antiracist Socialization"

Dr. Antonio Bacelar Da Silva of LAS will be giving a lecture at the UA School of Anthropology next week. The talk, titled “In their time and ours”:  Intertextual Play as a Site for Antiracist Socialization" will explore how Afro-Brazilians revise the terms of their relationship with Brazil's nationalist narrative.

The lecture we be held in Haury 216 from 2-3pm.

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Wed, 04/25/2018 - 14:00

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