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The Anthropocene Reading Group, the Environmental Humanities Initiative and the Leslie Center for the Humanities invite you to this lecture and conversation with Arun Saldanha.
Professor Arun Saldanha, Professor of Geography, Environment & Society at the University of Minnesota, will give a lecture for the Dartmouth community entitled, "Racial capitalism and the politics of catastrophe, from Minneapolis to the earth." He is particulary interested in "the geography of race relations, globalization and counterculture." A question & answer session will follow, together with a discussion on his recent piece on Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, entitled, "A date with destiny: Racial capitalism and the beginnings of the Anthropocene." A copy of the essay can be downloaded here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WPyI5DwSz6t4JoDRdgqc4ENS6DdOfRNO/view
This event is scheduled for Tuesday, October 20th, at 5:00pm, via Zoom.
Please contact The Leslie Center at Humanities.Events@dartmouth.edu for the Zoom link.
This event is supported by the Anthropocene Reading Group, the Environmental Humanities Initiative and the Leslie Center for the Humanties.