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Aimee Bahng, “A Transpacific Undercommons: Feminist, Decolonial Materialisms and Atomic Afterlives.”

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Aimee Bahng, “A Transpacific Undercommons: Feminist, Decolonial Materialisms and Atomic Afterlives.”
Start:
April 19, 2017 4:00 pm
End:
April 19, 2017 6:00 pm
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Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Location: Voorhies 126

The Research Initiative in Environments and Societies (E&S) announces our third event of the spring quarter, next Wednesday, April 19, from 4-6 pm in 126 Voorhies. You can read the full presenter bio here.

Presenter: Aimee Bahng, English, Dartmouth

Paper: “A Transpacific Undercommons: Feminist, Decolonial Materialisms and Atomic Afterlives”

Faculty Commentator: Husan Hsu, English

Graduate Student Commentator: Rebecca Hogue, English

The E&S Colloquium provides an unparalleled opportunity for intensive workshopping of works-in-progress on critical environmental topics. By participating in the colloquium series, you engage with a diverse group of scholars in the environmental humanities and humanistic social sciences, building an ongoing discussion of some of the most pressing environmental questions and challenges of our time. Please see the full schedule, check guidelines for presenters, and preview future events by clicking here.

The UC Davis Research Initiative “Environments & Societies: History, Literature, and Justice” builds cross-disciplinary collaboration in the environmental humanities and humanistic social sciences to undertake the broad rethinking of human-nature interactions that are critical to meeting the environmental challenges of our era. Colloquium participants should plan to download and read the discussion paper, which you can access by joining the E&S mailing list or emailing Mike Mortimer at the address below.

This event is sponsored by the Department of Humanities Institute and the Institute for Social Sciences.

For more information please contact: lmmortimer@ucdavis.edu


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