STS Lectures

Science, Technology and Society Program presents its 2014-2015 Lecture Series, "Environmental History and Sustainability." 

  • Tuesday, 10/14/14. Ed Russell (University of Kansas) "Coevolutionary History" Forum Room, 3:30-5 PM.
  • Tuesday, 11/18/14. Lisa Sideris (Indiana University), "Contested Wonder: Enviornmental Ethics and the New Cosmology," Student Commons, Forum Room, 3:30-5 PM.
  • Wednesday, 2/25/15. Tarynn Witten (VCU), "Is it Complicated or is it Complex? A Complexity Theorist Takes on Sustainability," Student Commons, Forum Room, 3:30-5 PM.
  • Friday, 4/10/15. Carolyn Finney, (University of California, Berkeley), "Crying the Bones, Singing the Bones: Enviornmental History, Race and Dreaming into the Future," Academic Learning Commons, 6-7:30 PM

These lectures are free and open to the public. They are sponsored by the College of Humanities and Sciences and the Science, Technology, and Society Program (STS) at VCU.

Please see the STS website for full details of upcoming lectures. 

 

If you have questions or would like more information please contact John Powers, Associate Director, STS Program (804 828-9714, jcpowers@vcu.edu) or Wanda Clary (804 828-8427, wclary@vcu.edu)