HMEI Faculty Seminar: “Weather Fluctuations, Migration and Inequality”

Filiz Garip, professor of sociology and public affairs, will present “Weather Fluctuations, Migration and Inequality” for the first talk in our spring 2022 HMEI Faculty Seminar Series.

Garip will discuss how weather fluctuations over the past 30 years have shaped human migration from Mexico to the United States. She will then explore the emergence of migration as a climate-adaptation strategy in developing countries, particularly for households with financial means.

This seminar will be held via Zoom livestream (open to all) and in person (PUID holders only). A link to in-person registration will be posted closer to the event. In-person attendance is contingent on University guidelines and face coverings are required. Updates will posted as necessary.


Additional speakers and dates in this series are below.

March 1

Blair Schoene, Professor of Geosciences

April 5

‘The Science Is Clear’: Why the Climate Crisis Needs New NarrativesAllison Carruth, professor of American studies and the High Meadows Environmental Institute,

May 3

Mary Caswell Stoddard, Associate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

HMEI Faculty Seminar: “Weather Fluctuations, Migration and Inequality”

Event Date

Tue, Feb 8, 2022 ・ 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Location

10 Guyot Hall/Online via Zoom webinar

Filiz Garip, professor of sociology and public affairs, will present “Weather Fluctuations, Migration and Inequality” for the first talk in our spring 2022 HMEI Faculty Seminar Series.

Garip will discuss how weather fluctuations over the past 30 years have shaped human migration from Mexico to the United States. She will then explore the emergence of migration as a climate-adaptation strategy in developing countries, particularly for households with financial means.

This seminar will be held via Zoom livestream (open to all) and in person (PUID holders only). A link to in-person registration will be posted closer to the event. In-person attendance is contingent on University guidelines and face coverings are required. Updates will posted as necessary.


Additional speakers and dates in this series are below.

March 1

Blair Schoene, Professor of Geosciences

April 5

‘The Science Is Clear’: Why the Climate Crisis Needs New NarrativesAllison Carruth, professor of American studies and the High Meadows Environmental Institute,

May 3

Mary Caswell Stoddard, Associate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology