poster for Energy Histories and Geographies, February 2022 CEGU eventEnergy Histories & Geographies is a discussion with Thea Riofrancos (Providence College) and Julie Klinger (University of Delaware), moderated byRyan Cecil Jobson (University of Chicago). Register here.

  • Event Details:
    • Date & time: Thu, February 24, 2022 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM CST
    • Location: Zoom

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The Committee on Environment, Geography, and Urbanization (CEGU) is a proposal currently under development by a faculty working group at the University of Chicago. Based in the Division of Social Sciences, CEGU is envisioned as a robust interdisciplinary platform for critical thinking, advanced research, and innovative pedagogy on the societal and spatial dimensions of climate change, biodiversity loss, and environmental transformation. CEGU faculty and students will seek to investigate and respond to the environmental crises of our time not only by advancing climate change awareness and environmental literacy, but by actively centering questions about climate change and socio-environmental interdependencies in the epistemologies, conceptual frameworks, analytic methods, data sources, and normative foundations of social research at large.

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