IASH Humanities and Climate Change lunchtime talks

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February-March-April events in the series of Humanities and Climate Change lunchtime talks
All at 1pm in the IASH, Hope Park Square

Friday 11 February
Rachel Howell (Postgraduate, Centre for the Study of Environmental Change and Sustainability)
“Lights, camera…action? The impact of the climate change film The Age of Stupid”

Monday, 21 February
Professor Lorraine Code (Philosophy, York University, Canada):
“Thinking Ecologically after Rachel Carson”

Friday, 11 March
Dr. Fabienne Collignon (Postdoctoral Fellow of IASH):
“Sci-Fi-Tech”

Monday, 4 April
Professor Jeffrey McCarthy (English and Environmental Studies, Westminster College, Utah; Visiting Fellow of IASH)
“Mountain Climbing and Environmental Thinking”

Details are on the IASH website at http://www.iash.ed.ac.uk/projects.html

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