What is the role of John Muir today? Can he still shape our debates and politics? Join 6 major figures of the environmental humanities debate as they explore these questions and provide insights into the legacy of this extraordinary figure.
A special presentation by renowned historian and Muir scholar, Donald Worster, as he explores how attacks on environmentalism impact the Muir legacy, and shares the need to explore the complex truth of the man, his role in history & relevancy today.
Join the San Diego Center for Systems Biology (SDCSB) and Cancer Cell Map Initiative (CCMI) for a seminar series that will provide advice and a forum for discussions about planning your career, inside or out of academia.
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Safiya Noble examines evidence from her new book, Algorithms of Oppression, about Google Search, the way it misrepresents people and communities, and the harm that comes from these algorithmic practices—practices designed and implemented by humans.
Please join us for a profound discussion that explores the perils of science’s highest honor with astrophysicist Brian Keating and celebrated science fiction writer David Brin on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 5:30–7:30 p.m.
Do you feel you have a big heart, but a little voice when it comes to climate change?
Gain remarkably practical insights that will amplify your message using the power of broadcast media to create and grow public will for a more sustainable world.
The Eugene M. Burke Lectureship on Religion and Society sponsors public lectures in which scholars, theologians, and religious practitioners address critical issues on the relationship between religion and society and on the religious dimensions of being
During the military dictatorship of Chile (1973–1990), over one million Chileans fled the country to escape political repression and economic crises. This event centers Chilean women artists who came to the United States during this time.
Bradford Young is a cinematographer best known for his work on ”Selma,” ”A Most Violent Year,” “Arrival,” and the upcoming Star Wars film “Solo,” Young is the first African-American cinematographer to be nominated for an Academy Award.