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ICC events include symposia, guest lectures, and readings by activists, artists, researchers and scholars working at the intersections of climate studies and the creative imagination…
Webinars & Lectures
All ICC sponsored Spring 2021 talks will be virtual (live and pre-recorded lectures and webinars). All events will adhere to strict safety protocols for the health and well-being of participants during the COVID-19 crisis.
In addition to the events listed here, upcoming webinars, lectures, and conferences include…
- “Equitable Transitions: Visions for a Sustainable & Just Future,” the 27th Annual Public Interest Environmental Conference (PIEC), UF Levin College of Law, February 12–13. ICC is honored to be a principal sponsor of this year’s conference.
- Jeanne Ewert (University of Florida) and Ken Sassaman (University of Florida), on autobiographical and archaeological legacies of the 1896 Cedar Keys and 1900 Galveston hurricanes, March 10.
- Novelist and independent filmaker Esther Figueroa, on her 2019 film Fly Me to the Moon (on bauxite mining, deforestation, and watershed destruction in Jamaica), and “Environmental Injustice and Impossible Futures,” March 26.
- Natasha Myers (York University), on “Seeds for a Planthroposcene,” April 15.
Spring 2021 – Dates TBA
- Nicholas Allen (University of Georgia), on “Seamus Heaney Adrift: Poetry, Water, and the Hydroscape”
All ICC events are free and open to the public.