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What can the Humanities and Social Sciences contribute to the analysis of the Environment and Climate Change?

IGHC Lunch Discussions: Wed. March 22, Tue. April 4, & April 20 from 12:30pm - 1:30pm - The Institute for Globalization and the Human Condition invites faculty and graduate students to discusses what the Humanities and Social Sciences can contribute to our understanding of the Environment and Climate Change.

Mar 08, 2017

Faculty and graduate students from across the University are cordially invited to attend a series of one hour lunchtime discussions on what the Humanities and Social Sciences can contribute to our understanding of the Environment and Climate Change.  We hope that these informal discussions will allow us to share ideas, build networks and develop graduate curriculum around one of the most pressing issues of our time.  We begin with presentations from the fields of History, Cultural Studies and Political Science. 

 Wed. March 22:  History and  the Environment
                               Dr. Michael Egan, Department of History

 Tue. April 4:        Cultural Studies and the Environment
                               Dr. Susie O’Brien, Department of English and Cultural Studies

 Thur. April 20:     Political Science, International Relations and Climate Change
                                Dr. Robert O’Brien, Department of Political Science

All Sessions in L.R. Wilson Hall Room 2001, McMaster University, 12:30pm - 1:30pm