Featuring work presented by Patricia Eunji Kim of the Urban Democracy Lab’s Humanizing Data Working Group….
Climate Sensing and Data Storytelling is a digital convening hosted by the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities with support in part from the National Geographic Foundation. It features both asynchronous and real-time scholarly presentations, artist talks and moderated conversations. Participation is free and open to the public but requires registration. Talks will focus on environmental research projects designed to promote public engagement and to generate conversations about environmental and data literacy and justice, including: art walks; workshops for speculative futures; dance; tours; public writing; oral history; and community science projects. Keynote address with live videoconferenced Q&A will feature award-winning novelist and non-fiction writer Amitav Ghosh. Presentations live May 1!
REGISTRATION REQUIRED VIA RSVP BELOW TO RECEIVE LINKS TO VIRTUAL EVENTS.
May 1, 2020
Welcome Address Dean Steve Fluharty
Welcome to CSDS by Bethany Wiggin
Pre-recorded CSDS convening presentations are available
May 6, 2020
Introduction to Amitav Ghosh, Nikhil Anand
Amitav Ghosh keynote address goes live
May 7, 2020
12:00pm – 1:00pm
Live question and answer with Amitav Ghosh, registration required
4:00pm – 5:30pm
Join us for a live Happy Hour!
May 8, 2020
11:00am – 1:30pm
Presenters Discussion, by invitation
1:30pm – 3:00pm
Live conversation with Amitav Ghosh and Adam Sobel, registration required
May 9, 2020
11:00am – 1:00pm
Envisioning a Platform for Peer-Reviewed Engaged EH Research, invitation only
2:00pm – 3:00pm
Amy Balkin Art Workshop, limited registration
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