Fall 2017 SGD Colloquium

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Speaker Series Fall 2017

Friday Colloquia meet from 3:30 to 4:45 in ENR2 Building, Room S107. The series brings prominent scholars and professionals from across a range of perspectives, including human geography, spatial analytic methods, regional science, physical geography, and human-environment research.

Coffee, tea, and snacks are served starting at 3PM.

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Sept. 1

Tripti Bhattacharya

The Long-term History of the North American Monsoon in Leaf Wax Biomarkers and Model Simulations

Sept. 8

David Moore

Forests and the Carbon Cycle-Learning From Models and Data

Sept. 15

Sonja Klinsky

Transitional Justice in the Climate Context?

Sept. 22



Sept. 29

Kaitlyn Murphy

Mapping Memory: Visuality, Affect, and Embodied Politics

Oct. 6

Francois-Michel Le Tourneau

From the Amazon to Arizona: Geography of America's Wide Empty Spaces

Oct. 13

Dydia DeLyser

The Devotions of Restoration: Materiality, Euthusiasm, and Making Three 'Indian Motorcycles' Like New

Oct. 20



Oct. 27

Geoff Mann

In the Long Run We Are All Dead: Keynesianism, Political Economy, and Revolution

Nov. 3

Peter Burdon

Surveillance and the Climate Movement: A Comparison Between Australia and North America

Nov. 17



Dec. 1

Ananya Roy The City in the Age of Trumpism: From Sanctuary to Abolition




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