Take part in a crucial conversation about the importance of interdisciplinary perspectives on a topic that affects us all —climate change. The conversation would attempt to answer the following: What is the significance and value of interdisciplinary approach to the environment? What is the danger in complete expertise? What exactly can disciplines learn from each other and how might we envision the best execution of interdisciplinary work?
Reception to follow.
Moderator: Carmie Garzione (Earth and Environmental Sciences)
Tatyana Bakhmetyeva (Gender, Sexuality, & Women’s Studies)
Stewart Weaver (History)
Kristin Doughty (Anthropology)
Karen Berger (Earth and Environmental Sciences)
Ellen Matson (Chemistry)
Elaine Hill (Public Health)
Sponsors: Center for Energy & Environment; Department of History
Cosponsors: Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 5:30pm
Rush Rhees Library, Welles-Brown Room
755 Library Road, Rochester, NY 14626