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March 3rd, 1 - 2:30 pm
The Clement A. Price Institute invites you to join us in-person or virtually for the third in the Urgent Conversations Toward Just Ecological Futures Series, “Voicing Eco Distresses: A Conversation on Place-Based Approaches to Research and Partnerships in New Jersey.”
This exploration will consider shared land, water, history, and peoples realities. Now and five years from now? Where and how do we build partnerships moving us closer to just ecological futures? Participants will be invited to join the roundtable to contribute more voices and expand the dialogue.
Leading Rutgers scholars, educators, and field practitioners will share their perspectives tackling ecological distresses facing New Jersey and aligning efforts across the sciences, humanities, and the arts.
For the online audience: a Zoom link will be emailed to registered attendees the week prior to the event.
Patrick Rosal, Moderator Professor in the Department of English and Communications and Co-Director of the Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice, Rutgers - Camden
Donna E. Fennell, Environmental engineer/environmental microbiologist, Professor and Chair of the Department of Environmental Sciences, Rutgers - New Brunswick
Kevin Lyons, Associate Professor of Professional Practice, Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick, Co-Director of the Office of Climate Action, Associate Director of the Rutgers Energy Institute and Director of the Rutgers Business School Public Private Community Partnership Program
Jorge Marcone, Professor of Spanish/Portuguese and Comparative Literature and Associate Dean of Humanities, Rutgers - New Brunswick
Rachel Mundy, Associate Professor of Music in the Arts, Culture, & Media program, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers - Newark
Amy Rowe, County agent for Rutgers Cooperative Extension in Essex and Passaic Counties and Coordinator for the Rutgers Environmental Stewards program, Rutgers - New Brunswick
Jack Tchen, Clement A. Price Professor of Public History and Humanities and Director of the Clement A. Price Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience, Rutgers - Newark
About the Series
The Clement A. Price Institute continues the Fall 2022 Series of Urgent Conversations Toward Just Ecological Futures with the recognition that multidisciplinary scholarship and cross-community exploration of the regional crises of land, water, place, food, and climate. This series strives to break down silos of knowledge and practice. We gather engaged, creative, and thoughtful people who learn by doing. We seek to acknowledge Indigenous knowledges, of islands, the Americas, African, Asia and our planet, with the rigorous relational explorations of ecosystems.
The Price Institute is committed to cultivating deep historical understanding of and working toward just ecological futures in our region and beyond. The series will hold regular in-person and live stream public gatherings.
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