Save the date!
ICC events for 2020 include symposia, guest lectures, and readings by researchers, artists, and scholars working at the intersections of climate studies and the creative imagination…
Other ICC events in 2020 – check back for updates!
- Trees! – ICC’s collaboration with the Office of the Alachua County Arborist, Department of Parks and Conservation Lands, continues through the Spring 2020 semester, with remaining planting dates scheduled in February and March. See this page for details.
- April 1, 2020 – A lecture by Jonathan Rick (University of Florida), on “The Presence of Posterity: Climate Ethics and the Value of Future Generations”
- April 9, 2020 – A lecture by Nicholas Allen (University of Georgia), on “Seamus Heaney Adrift: Poetry, Water, and the Hydroscape”
- Planned events for Fall 2020 include lectures by UF faculty and invited researchers and scholars working in Anthropology, Ecopoetics, Literature, and Political Science, and an international symposium on contemporary Latin American science fiction and climate change.
All ICC events are free and open to the public. No advance registration is required.