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Nov
07

Unsettling Ecologies Lecture Series - Nancy Tuana

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Weinstein Hall, Brown Alley Room
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Nancy Tuana, Professor of Philosophy and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Pennsylvania State University
“Racial Climates”

About UNSETTLING ECOLOGIES
A lecture series sponsored by the University of Richmond Department of English, the programs in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and Environmental Studies.

The 2019-20 lecture series highlights some of the most provocative interdisciplinary work being done in the environmental humanities. The title of the series—Unsettling Ecologies—invites us to ask at least three questions: How does a focus on ecology unsettle traditional ideas of personhood, politics, and ethical living? How does mainstream ecological thought need to be unsettled by more radical ideas about how we may survive climate catastrophe? And how does thinking seriously about ecology require us to grapple with the colonial projects that animate almost all the pernicious environmental problems we face?