Our lab meets every other week in Wickson 1017 with a virtual join option through Zoom. Lab meetings foster a consistent place for discussion, collaboration, and feedback on political ecology work. Graduate students usually present a “work-in-progress” (grant application, data collection tool, qualifying exam materials, paper outlines or drafts etc.) and receive feedback; or graduate students propose a topic of discussion related to political ecology with 1-3 short optional readings. Topics have included: critical infrastructural studies; feminist political ecology; resilience and adaption; and more.
Our 2019-2020 biweekly lab meeting calendar is here.