Prof. Phoebe S.K. Young, '“Using a Tent ≠ Camping': The Occupy Movement and the History of Public Nature”

portrait of Professor Phoebe S. K. Young
Professor Phoebe S. K. Young

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Voorhies Hall 126
The Research Initiative in Environments and Societies (E&S) announces its second event of the winter 2020 quarter: Tuesday, February 25, from 12-2 pm in Voorhies Hall 126. **Note the return to VH 126 for E&S events. 
 
Presenter: Prof. Phoebe S.K. Young, History, University of Colorado, Boulder
 
Paper: '“Using a Tent ≠ Camping': The Occupy Movement and the History of Public Nature”
 
Faculty Commentator: Professor Louis Warren, UC Davis History Department
Graduate Student Commentator: Robert Hoberman, UC Davis History Department
 
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. 
 
For more information, please contact mamill@ucdavis.edu

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