Critical Ecologies Update 3.30.10

More information about the upcoming Critical Ecologies Colloquium at Harvard GSD this coming weekend. Thanks to Brooke King for the added info.

More information about the upcoming Critical Ecologies Colloquium at Harvard GSD this coming weekend.

Thanks to Brooke King for the added info.

Friday 2 April

12:30p / Book launch and talk

Peter Del Tredici

6p / Keynotes

Richard Wrangham, Harvard GSD

Sanford Kwinter, Harvard GSD

with respondent Charles Waldheim, Harvard GSD

Saturday 3 April

9a-12:30p / Ecologies Now presentations/panel

Alexander Felson, Yale University

Steven Handel, Rutgers University

Nina-Marie Lister, Ryerson University

Paul Moorcroft, Harvard University

Steward Pickett, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, MIT

with respondents Richard Forman and Anita Berrizbeitia, Harvard GSD

1:30-4p / Dynamic Systems presentations/panel

Karen Kramer, Harvard University

Sune Lehmann, Harvard University

Maximilian Schich, Northeastern University

Ann Dale, Royal Roads University

with respondents Christian Werthmann and Michael Meredith, Harvard GSD

4p / Keynote

Piet Oudolf


For more information visit: Critical Ecologies poster

For event details contact: Brooke King (bking@gsd.harvard.edu)

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