Join us for our weekly colloquia!
Wednesdays, 3:30PM, 575 McCone Hall
Department of Geography
University of California, Berkeley
February 1

February 8
Erin Bray, University of California, Santa Barbara
Bedload transport and hyporheic flow in a regulated, gravel bed river: Observations and implications for salmon spawning habitat

February 15
Paolo D'Odorico, University of Virginia
Virtual water 'flows' in space and time

February 22
Meg Lowman, California Academy of Sciences
Using Canopy Research as a Hook for Forest Conservation

March 1
Nancy Peluso, University of California, Berkeley
The Remittance Forest and Other New Frontiers

March 8
Robert Wallace, University of Minnesota
Live/stock: A short tour of capitalist animal production, the pathogens it industrializes, and alternate agricultures

March 15
Joshua Jelly-Schapiro, New York University
Island People: The Caribbean and the World

March 22
Leah Zani, University of California, Irvine
The Red Dot: Abstraction and Uncertainty in Explosives Clearance

March 29
Spring Break - No Talk

April 5
AAG - No Talk

April 12

April 19
Jacqueline Nassy Brown, Hunter College
Making New York Great Again: Race, Place, and Nation in the Empire City

April 26
Kathryn De Master, University of California, Berkeley
A Devil's Bargain: Corporate Power, Hydraulic Fracturing, and Pennsylvania's Farms