What Literature Is Good For Panel

 

Is the climate warming at a terrifying pace? Are toxins leaking into the groundwater? Do our cities have wide, gaping food deserts? In the second event of the What Arts & Humanities Are Good For series, we’ll ask how we can deploy the essential insights and methods of Literature to tackle urgent environmental issues.

Rob Nixon, English, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Stephanie LeMenager, English, University of Oregon
William Gleason, English, Princeton University
Response—Lars Hedin, EEB, Princeton University
Moderator—Jenny Price, PEI, Princeton University

What Literature Is Good For Panel

Publish Date

October 16, 2014

Presenter(s)

Jenny Price

Video Length

01:33:14

 

Is the climate warming at a terrifying pace? Are toxins leaking into the groundwater? Do our cities have wide, gaping food deserts? In the second event of the What Arts & Humanities Are Good For series, we’ll ask how we can deploy the essential insights and methods of Literature to tackle urgent environmental issues.

Rob Nixon, English, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Stephanie LeMenager, English, University of Oregon
William Gleason, English, Princeton University
Response—Lars Hedin, EEB, Princeton University
Moderator—Jenny Price, PEI, Princeton University