Thu, May 13 | Online Event

Decolonizing Environmental Politics: A Conversation with Arturo Escobar and Cheyenne Antonio

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Decolonizing Environmental Politics:  A Conversation with Arturo Escobar and Cheyenne Antonio

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May 13, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM EDT
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Please join us for a conversation between anthropologist Arturo Escobar and Diné activist Cheyenne Antonio about decolonial environmental politics in Indigenous North America and the Global South, moderated by anthropologists Dana Powell and Laura Ogden. Discussion topics include the possibilities of justice in colonial and capitalist contexts, ontological politics, the Red Deal, and Indigenous and feminist critiques of mainstream environmentalism.  This Environmental Humanities at Dartmouth event is co-sponsored by the Leslie Center for the Humanities, the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy, and the Arthur A. Irving Institute for Energy and Society.  Info: matteo.gilebbi@dartmouth.edudamiano.benvegnu@dartmouth.edu 

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