HMEI Faculty Seminar: “Monster. A Fugue in Fire and Ice”

 

Anne McClintock, the A. Barton Hepburn Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies, presented “Monster. A Fugue in Fire and Ice.”

McClintock engaged three of the great crises of our time — climate catastrophe (especially melting ice and rising oceans), global militarization, and mass displacement. Through creative nonfiction and her own photographs, McClintock will explored the question of how we can make scientific data and the planetary upheavals of the Anthropocene more publicly visible and tangible to facilitate more creative strategies for change.

Photographer Jeff Whetstoneprofessor of visual arts in the Lewis Center for the Arts, led a discussion and Q&A after the main presentation.

HMEI Faculty Seminar: “Monster. A Fugue in Fire and Ice”

Publish Date

November 3, 2020

Presenter(s)

Anne McClintock

Video Length

01:07:59

 

Anne McClintock, the A. Barton Hepburn Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies, presented “Monster. A Fugue in Fire and Ice.”

McClintock engaged three of the great crises of our time — climate catastrophe (especially melting ice and rising oceans), global militarization, and mass displacement. Through creative nonfiction and her own photographs, McClintock will explored the question of how we can make scientific data and the planetary upheavals of the Anthropocene more publicly visible and tangible to facilitate more creative strategies for change.

Photographer Jeff Whetstoneprofessor of visual arts in the Lewis Center for the Arts, led a discussion and Q&A after the main presentation.