Skip to content


  • Celebratory Book Talk with Dr. Jeff Ostler
    The Department of Native American Studies welcomes you to a book talk and celebration for their colleague and friend Dr. Jeff Ostler. He will be presenting the 2019 publication of his newest book Surviving Genocide: Native Nations and the United States from the American Revolution to Bleeding Kansas (Yale UP). Dr. Jeff Ostler is the…
  • Black and gray flyer describing details on event
    "New Challenges in Environmental Philosophy: Contesting Boundaries"
    The Philosophy Department winter colloquium series will kick off next Thursday January 16th, at 2pm in Willamette Hall 110. This year, the colloquium committee is organizing, along with more traditional talks, five panel discussions to highlight important philosophical work going on in the department. Each panel features a current faculty member, a former PhD student,…
  • Black and white bird symbol encircles by indigenous writing
    ENVS Brown Bag Seminar: Killer Whales and Indigenous Environmental Conservation
    Join us a week from today for the first Environmental Studies Brown Bag Seminar of winter term. Dr. Kurt Russo, a representative from the Lummi Nation, will share the Lummi Nation's initiatives to protect and care for the Southern Resident Killer Whales (Sk'aliCh'elh) of the Salish Sea. Dr. Russo will present an indigenous-led approach to…
  • M Jackson to Present "The Secret Lives of Glaciers"
    Please join us on Monday, January 13 for a talk by Dr. M Jackson who will speak on "The Secret Lives of Glaciers." Jackson is the Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Scholar at the Center for Environmental Futures for the 2019-2020 academic year. In 2019, Jackson published her second book, The Secret Lives of Glaciers (Green…
  • Jon Bellona's "Wildfire": An Environmental Sound Art Installation
    Sound artist Jon Bellona, recipient of the CEF/Andrew W. Mellon Faculty Research Award this year, will be presenting on "Wildfire," an environmental sound art installation. Please join us at 10:30am, Friday Dec. 6th, in the Environmental Studies seminar room, Columbia 249.
  • Book Launch Talk Today: Latinx Environmentalisms
    You won't want to miss this! Come talk with UO English Department professors about their work and collaboration on their new book. The book party will be held from 4:00-5:30 pm in the EMU Maple Room. Following the book party, there will be a pub talk at Falling Sky Brewery at 790 Blair Blvd from…
  • Book Talk Today: Environmental Historian Dr. Bathsheba Demuth
    The Department of History invites all to this public book talk by environmental historian Dr. Bathsheba Demuth. Dr. Demuth is an Assistant Professor at Brown University. Her talk, “The Ethical Choices of Whales,” will take place on Thursday, from 3:30 to 5:00 pm, in the Knight Library Browsing Room. 
  • M Jackson featured in National Geographic series
    M Jackson, CEF's Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Scholar in the Environmental Humanities, is being featured in a new National Geographic virtual reality series called "Into Water." The series follows four women performing research on water around the world. A new episode will be released every week until the end of November. A glaciologist, M earned…
Skip to toolbar