Tales from Planet Earth: Land is Life
7:00PM, Union South Marquee Theater
Standing Rock. Idle No More. The Landless Worker's Movement. Across the globe, new alliances and collective actions are rising up in the struggle for the rights and sovereignty of local peoples to determine their own futures. Our 2017 festival showcases stories that inform, challenge, and inspire us to rethink relationships to land in an era when greed, corruption, and resource demands are threatening the livelihoods, sovereignty, and self-determination of communities throughout the world. The festival features 16 films and visits by activists and filmmakers working to protect indigenous rights around the world.


Symposium in Celebration of CHE’s 10th Anniversary: "Advancing the Interdisciplinary Environment”
8:30AM, Fluno Center 219
This event will feature presentations by ten CHE alumni demonstrating how interdisciplinary training in environmental studies can enhance both academic and non-academic careers. Two sessions will feature alumni working in the academy who will discuss their recent research and scholarship. In a third session, alumni who have pursued careers outside the conventional classroom will discuss their career paths and how those were shaped by their experiences in CHE. This symposium provides a wonderful opportunity to experience the richness of the Environmental Humanities, and anyone interested is invited to attend. Panels running from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. are free and open to the public. A special panel from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. dedicated to conversation concerning future directions for CHE is open to all past and present CHE Associates.