Political Ecologies of Abolition and Sovereignty
Environmental perspectives shaped by Black and Indigenous knowledge have the power to shape our theories of environmental justice. Join us for new conversations at the intersections of Black and Indigenous geographies and political ecology. Each speaker will also join the Political Ecology Lab for an interactive discussion in the days following their talk. Sign up for our listserve to get more information on these small-group events.
Image description: A map made by the settler-colonial UC anthropologist Alfred Kroeber documenting P'atwin, Wintun, Miwok, Nisenan, Pomo, and other California Indigenous lands (1932).
All webinars are from 12:00 pm to 1:15 pm. Zoom link: https://ucdavis.zoom.us/j/92228107805?pwd=K2JmRVpvYmNGQytKc2ZHL2FBQTlUUT09
Jen Rose Smith, Ph.D. (dAXunhyuu)
Assistant Professor of Geography and American Indian Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
February 22 - Panel Discussion
Associate Director of Conservation, American Rivers
Alex A. Moulton, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Levi Van Sant, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, School of Integrative Studies, George Mason University
Brian Williams, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Geography, Department of Geosciences, Mississippi State University
Dr. C.N.E. Corbin
Assistant Professor, Urban Studies and Planning, Portland State University
Dr. Sharlene Mollett
Associate Professor and Distinguished Professor in Feminist Cultural Geography, Nature and Society, University of Toronto
Dr. Max Liboiron
Associate Professor, Geography, Memorial University
Sponsored by UC Davis Humanities Institute and Feminist Research Institute.