Tuesday April 4, 2017 4:00-6:00 PM SJRC Common Room, Oakes 231 The terms “post-fact”, “post-truth”, and “post-reality” are now being used to label the new era we have entered. We are already seeing the erasure of climate data from servers and websites, and purveyors of the truth, including climate scientists, journalists, and academics are being put on warning.… Continue Reading April 4 | Telling the Truth: Objectivity and Justice
4:00-6:00 PM SJRC Common Room, Oakes 231 The terms “post-fact”, “post-truth”, and “post-reality” are now being used to label the new era we have entered. We are already seeing the erasure of climate data from servers and websites, and purveyors of the truth, including climate scientists, journalists, and academics are being put on warning. (The Climate Scientists witch-hunt… Continue Reading March 1 | Telling the Truth: Objectivity and Justice
Wednesday, April 5, 2017 4:00-6:00 PM Engineering 2, room 599 The multiple forms of disturbances rendered by conflict upon landscapes around the world demonstrate that this anthropogenic agent is an incredible force that is capable of exerting an influence on the environment in a wide variety of ways, yet the bridge between geomorphology and… Continue Reading April 5 | Post Conflict Battlefield Landscape Recovery – or Not?
Wednesday, April 12, 2017 12:00-1:00 PM SJRC Common Room Oakes 231 Join SJRC fellows and affiliates for lunch and a discussion with Victoria Pitts-Taylor, Professor of Sociology and Science in Society, and Chair of the Feminist, Gender, and Sexualities Program at Wesleyan University. Professor Pitts-Taylor will be discussing Chapter One of her most recent book The Brain’s Body:… Continue Reading April 12 | Book Discussion with Victoria Pitts-Taylor
Wednesday, April 19th 5:30-7:30 pm Namaste Lounge Hosted by the College Nine and Ten CoCurricular Programs Office, SJRC Assistant Director, Kate Weatherford Darling will present her research centering social justice and health inequalities in the discussion of biomedicine and US healthcare and policy. Asking the question: What would it take to build new California “healthscapes” (Clarke… Continue Reading April 19 | Food For Thought’s Unequal Healthscapes in California’s “Biohub”
Thursday, April 20, Noon-1pm 2nd Floor Instruction & Outreach Alcove McHenry Library In recognition of Endangered Data Week, Dr. Lindsey Dillon will discuss her recent experience as a coordinator of a network of academics and non-profits monitoring potential threats to federal environmental and energy policy data at the onset of the Trump administration. Discussion will follow… Continue Reading April 20 | Data Under Threat: Rescuing Environmental Data in the Trump Era
‘… what happened in Sweden last Friday’. Mythologies and Methods in post-fact times Tuesday April 25, 2017 12:00-1:00 PM SJRC Common Room, Oakes 231 Join Science & Justice in welcoming “Knowledge production beyond the norms” a transdisciplinary research node from Uppsala university, Sweden. Core of their scope of interest are the effects of political realities and epistemological assumptions that structure knowledge production, as well… Continue Reading April 25 | Lunch with Uppsala
Tuesday, April 25 at 3:30 PST What is the legacy of government sponsored eugenics programs? Learn more and join the discussion following a special screening of THE STATE OF EUGENICS on Tuesday, April 25 at 3:30pm PT presented by Facing History and Ourselves and Reel South. Between 1933 and 1974, the state of North Carolina… Continue Reading April 25 | Online Film Screening: The State of Eugenics
Wednesday April 26, 2017 4:00-6:00 PM Engineering 2, room 599 Seeing like a Valley seeks to bring together scholars, policy makers, artists and practitioners to understand the place of the Valley in shaping not just new technologies, but moral visions. It will explore how these visions help and hinder abilities to see and respond to today’s… Continue Reading April 26 | Seeing Like a Valley
Tuesday, May 2nd 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Humanities 2, Room 259 The Center for Emerging Worlds presents a Roundtable Discussion with Dr. Vijay Prashad, Dr. Lisa Rofel, Dr. Mayanthi Fernando, and Asad Haider Dr. Vijay Prashad is Professor of International Studies and South Asian History at Trinity College, Connecticut and a renowned journalist. He… Continue Reading May 2 | What’s Left of Progressive Politics?