The Spring 2024 Academic Events Calendar will be posted soon!
On the heels of in-class discussions focused on Hiroshima mon amour and Oppenheimer, the SLS program continues its analyses of atomic aesthetics with two events. Join us on November 21, 2023 from 5-8:30pm for an origami masterclass followed by a film screening and further discussion centered on nuclear energy, nuclear weapons, non-proliferation, and peacebuilding.
Learn more about peace cranes here.
Artist Talks/Artists Talk: An Ecology of Objects
Join us on November 16, 2023 from 5-6pm for a discussion with the artists of "An Ecology of Objects" at the GT-E Kiosk. Learn more about the artists' mixed media process and approach to representing environmental concerns today.
Croissants and French Study Abroad Info Session
The current SLS cohort will be sharing perspectives online during this session!
Doing Energy and Environmental History: A Conversation between Charles-François Mathis and Brigitte Stepanov
What (is) Universalism? Planetary Poetics and an Ecology of the Cosmos: A Conversation between Maboula Soumahoro and Brigitte Stepanov
Join us for an (eco)critical discussion about universalism, planetary understandings of "world," and being and belonging in the "era of the Anthropocene."
Climate Fresk/La Fresque du Climat
The Fall 2023 edition of the Energy Listening Sessions is here!
Energy Listening Sessions
Photographed from left to right: ECE professor Dr. Lukas Graber, student Kayla McRae, and student Rachel Chin
ETL will host two informal “listening sessions” on
The Rights of Nature
Felwine Sarr and Brigitte Stepanov discuss the rights of nature (and the judicial frames supporting such rights) at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights