Speakers for the Princeton Environmental Humanities Colloquium sponsored by the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) have been announced for Spring 2019. The Environmental Humanities Colloquium aims to build an intellectual community of Princeton scholars and graduate students from all backgrounds whose work is animated by — or intersects with — issues central to the environmental humanities. The Spring 2019 colloquium is organized by PEI associated faculty members Rachel Price, associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese, and Erika Lorraine Milam, professor of history. The speakers are:
Camille Dungy, Colorado State University
"Black Environmental Writing in a Time of Crisis"
Micah Muscolino, University of California-San Diego
"Women and Men in the War Against Erosion: Gendering Water and Soil Conservation in Mao’s China"
Bernadette Pérez, Princeton University
"Manifesting America in the Colorado Beet Fields"
Marisol de la Cadena, University of California-Davis
"Runakuna: Human but Not Only"
Nathan Ensmenger, Indiana University Bloomington
"The Cloud Is a Factory: An Environmental History of Computing"