27
Oct

Displaced Horizons: Music Performance and Installation
6:30PM, George L. Mosse Humanities Building Gallery 7, 7th Floor Room 7240
Displaced Horizons is a collaborative multimedia project focusing on water infrastructures’ socio-cultural and historical complexities. This event attends to often-overlooked technological entanglements to create an aesthetic and experiential reorientation towards infrastructures of water.
 We are excited to share this work with Madison and hope you will join us for a multimedia installation and musical performance featuring musicians from across the country. The exhibition runs from 6:30pm-9:00pm with the musical performance at 7:00pm. CHE is a proud co-sponsor of this innovative event.

30
Oct

Everyone's Earth: River to the Heart Film Screening and Discussion
6:00PM, Union South Marquee Theatre
Film Screening and Discussion

1
Nov

Everyone's Earth: River to the Heart Film Screening and Discussion
6:00PM, UW South Madison Partnership, Villager Mall Atrium
Film Screening and Discussion

16
Feb

Claiming Space: CHE's 12th Annual Graduate Student Symposium
8:00AM, Science Hall 175
CHE's 12th Annual Graduate Student Symposium provides a supportive setting for graduate students to present and receive feedback on current work related to environmental and cultural change in the full sweep of human history. This year's symposium will feature a plenary address by CHE Graduate Associate Christopher Kelly and a keynote address by Dr. Elizabeth Hoover, Manning Assistant Professor of American Studies at Brown University.

13
May

Changing Landscapes of Indigeneity: Place-Based Workshop 2019
8:00AM, Science Hall 175
Our annual Place-Based Workshop, a multi-day program involving field trips and overnight stays, will be held on the theme "Changing Landscapes of Indigeneity" in 2019. This workshop will run May 13-16, and is open to CHE Associates. For more information about getting involved in the planning of this workshop, please see our Place-Based Workshop page.