The Environmental Humanities Symposium begins at 9 a.m. April 4th in Table Rock, Plemmons Student Union. The event features three keynote speakers, an interdisciplinary faculty panel, a closing roundtable discussion and a reception. The keynote speakers are Dale Jamieson, professor of philosophy and environmental studies and affiliate professor of law at New York University, Phaedra Pezzullo, associate professor of rhetoric and public culture at Indiana University; and Mel Y. Chen, associate professor of gender and women's studies at University of California Berkeley.
The library has a strong collection in environmental humanites and has several of the keynote speaker's publications including:
Animacies : biopolitics, racial mattering, and queer affect by Mel Y. Chen
ASU Main Stacks P240.65 .C44 2012
Toxic tourism: rhetorics of pollution, travel, and environmental justice by Phaedra Pezzullo
ASU Main Stacks G155.A1 P47 2007
Reason in a dark time : why the struggle against climate change failed and what it means for our future by Dale Jamieson
ASU Main Stacks GE40.J36 2014
To learn more about library resources in environmental humanities, schedule a Research Advisory Program (RAP ) today!