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Remaking Nature? Bio/Geo Engineered Worlds — Planet Now! Conversations in Environmental Studies
Monday, Nov. 15, 6 p.m. CT
Open to the Rice community and public


Holly Jean Buck, a geographer and environmental social scientist who is currently an assistant professor of Environment and Sustainability at the University at Buffalo.

Luis A. Campos, trained in both biology and the history of science, who will join Rice in Jan. 2022 from the University of New Mexico as an associate professor of history and the Baker College Chair for the History of Science, Technology, and Innovation.

Christopher Preston, a professor of philosophy at the University of Montana, who specializes in environmental philosophy, the ethics of emerging technologies, rewilding and feminist philosophy.

Rice Moderators:

Elizabeth Petrick, associate professor of history, who studies the history of computer technology, the relationship between technology and users, and how technology relates to civil rights.

Joseph Campana, the William Shakespeare Professor of English and director of the Center for Environmental Studies.


“Planet Now!” stages urgent conversations about critical issues designed to support research and teaching in and beyond the Rice community and to encourage a broad audience for invigorating dialogue across disciplines.

This webinar series is organized by the Center for Environmental Studies and the Environmental Studies (ENST) minor, with support from the schools of Architecture and Humanities, and the Mellon Foundation through the Diluvial Houston grant.

Nov 15, 2021 06:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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