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The Environmental Humanities Seminar 2015-2016: Drought

Please join the Environmental Humanities Project for the third and final seminar in our year-long inquiry into drought: “Infrastructure, Technology, and the Future of California Water.” The purpose of this year's quarterly seminar is to explore the history, present, and future of California's freshwater resources. This quarter, we will think histories and futures together as we read selections from Claire Vaye Watkins's new novel Gold, Fame, Citrus (2015).  We will also be joined by distinguished participants Mikael Wolfe (Stanford History) and Laci Videmsky (Berkeley College of Environmental Design). 



Tuesday, May 17, 2016. 06:00 PM


Margaret Jacks Hall (Bldg. 460) Terrace Room, 4th floor


Center for Spatial and Textual Analysis, Program in Modern Thought and Literature