Events Calendar

01 Apr
Enduring Performance: AnthropoScenes
Event Type

Lectures, Symposia, Etc.

Topic

Humanities

Target Audience

Faculty, Graduate Students

Tags

humanities, Humanities Center, environmental humanities

Website

https://www.humcenter.pitt.edu/

University Unit
Humanities Center
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Canceled: Enduring Performance: AnthropoScenes

The Environmental Humanities welcome Una Chaudhuri (New York University, English, Drama, and Environmental Studies). Her respondent will be Emily Wanderer (Anthropology).

Una Chaudhuri is a Collegiate Professor and Professor of English, Drama, and Environmental Studies at New York University. She is currently the Director of NYU’s XE: Experimental Humanities & Social Engagement. Her current research, teaching, and creative projects explore what she calls “ecospheric consciousness”—ideas, feelings, and practices that attend to the multi-species and geo-physical contexts of human lives.

For the pre-circulated reading, please click here for access to the Google Drive.

Wednesday, April 1 at 4:30 p.m.

Humanities Center, 602
Fifth Avenue at Bigelow, Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Canceled: Enduring Performance: AnthropoScenes

The Environmental Humanities welcome Una Chaudhuri (New York University, English, Drama, and Environmental Studies). Her respondent will be Emily Wanderer (Anthropology).

Una Chaudhuri is a Collegiate Professor and Professor of English, Drama, and Environmental Studies at New York University. She is currently the Director of NYU’s XE: Experimental Humanities & Social Engagement. Her current research, teaching, and creative projects explore what she calls “ecospheric consciousness”—ideas, feelings, and practices that attend to the multi-species and geo-physical contexts of human lives.

For the pre-circulated reading, please click here for access to the Google Drive.

Wednesday, April 1 at 4:30 p.m.

Humanities Center, 602
Fifth Avenue at Bigelow, Pittsburgh, PA 15260

Topic

Humanities

Target Audience

Faculty, Graduate Students

University Unit
Humanities Center