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Wednesday, October 11 @7 pm
Potter Memorial Lecture
WSU Pullman - Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE)

“Thinking about Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic: Conceptual and Ethical Issues” by Roberta Millstein, Professor Emerit UC Davis

Thursday, October 12 @8 am
English Dept Webinar: “Killjoys at Work” by Dr. Sara Ahmed
Online - Online

The Department of English at WSU invites you to its Fall 2023 Webinar titled “Killjoys at Work” by renowned scholar of queer, feminist, and critical race studies Dr. Sara Ahmed. This webinar is sponsored by the David G. Pollart Center for Arts and Humanities (CAH).

Thursday, October 12 @12 pm
Foley Speaker Series: Do we have ethical obligations to the land? Perspectvies from Aldo Leopold
WSU Pullman - Bryan Hall

Human interdependence with other living things plays a central role in our ethical responsibilities. How can Aldo Leopold’s idea of land health help us understand these?
Roberta Millstein is professor emerit in the department of philosophy at University of California, Davis. Her newest book, The Land Is Our Community: Aldo Leopold’s Environmental Ethic for the New Millennium is in production.

Thursday, October 26 @12 pm
Foley Speaker Series: The lethal logic of climate denial
Online - Bryan Hall

In 1990, the IPCC issued its First Assessment Report on the reality of climate change. Today, many still deny some aspect of climate change. What makes the denial of climate change so resilient in the face of ever-growing evidence?