2015 - 2016

OCTOBER 14
Leah Horowitz, "Grassroots Environmental Governance in the Anthropocene: Social Relationships, Culture, and Community Engagements with Mining in New Caledonia"

OCTOBER 28
Anne Knowles, "What Is Human in the Digital Humanities?"

NOVEMBER 11
Richard Keyser, "Wood for Burning: The Continuity of Woodland Management in Preindustrial France"

DECEMBER 2
Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer, "Learning the Grammar of Animacy"

JANUARY 27
Helen J. Bullard, "Borrowing Limulus"

FEBRUARY 15
Iain McCalman, "What Will We Do with the Anthropocene? Themes and Challenges for Australia's Environmental Humanities"

FEBRUARY 24
Special Session, "Considering a New Home for CHE"

MARCH 9
Nan Enstad, "The Strange Career of Bright Leaf: How a Tobacco Variety Brought Jim Crow Segregation to China"