Events

Fall 2020 Upcoming Colloquia

Wednesdays, Zoom, 12.00-1.30pm or 3:30-5:00pm 

 

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Sep 23
3.30pm
Rob Dull, Cal Lutheran University
 The Ghost of Ellsworth Huntington: How a Volcano in El Salvador Could Have Changed the World.
Sep 30
3.30pm
Sage Ponder, Florida State University
“Cuando Colón baje el dedo”: infrastructural repair and social reproduction in the time of financialization
Oct 7
3.30pm
Manu Karuka, Barnard College
 Empire's Tracks: Indigenous Nations, Chinese Workers, and the Transcontinental Railroad
Oct 14
3.30pm
Hilary Faxon, UC Berkeley
 Welcome to the Digital Village: online practices and agrarian change in Myanmar
Oct 21
3.30pm
Rebecca Lave, Indiana University
 Bridging the gap: Integrating critical human and physical geography in practice
Oct 28
3.30pm
Kristen Wilson, The Nature Conservancy
 
Nov 4
12pm
Loretta Lees, University of Leicester
Beverley’s Story: survivability on one of London’s newest gentrification frontiers
Nov 4 - 5
9-11am
Post Imperial Oceanics Conference
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Nov 11
12pm
Jason Hackworth, University of Toronto
"Manufacturing Decline: The economic consequences of anti-Black reaction in the American Midwest"
Nov 18
12pm
Laura Lo Presti, Università degli Studi di Padova
On the Migritude of Maps: tracing connections between mapping and the European migrant crisis
Dec 2
3.30pm
Sayd Randle, UC Berkeley
Holding Water for the City: Emergent Geographies of Storage and the Urbanization of Nature
Dec 9
3.30pm
Luis Alvarez Léon, Dartmouth University
Spatial reflections on the construction of an autonomous vehicle market