A Mellon Sawyer Seminar on "Deep Horizons: Making Visible an Unseen Spectrum of Ecological Casualties and Prospects," CU Boulder

At CU Boulder I am the postdoctoral fellow for the above Mellon Sawyer Seminar, funded by a Comparative Study of Cultures grant, and organized by Erin Espelie, Brianne Cohen, Lori Peek, and Andrew Cowell. This seminar works in partnership with the NEST Studio for the Arts, the Natural Hazards Center, the Center for Native American and Indigenous Studies, and the Art & Art History Department. You can read more about the seminar, and follow student work and online public lectures from leading environmentally focused scholars, here

At the Mississippi Headwaters. Photo credit: Sara Černe

Humanities Without Walls

As a graduate laboratory participant, I am taking part in a 2018-2020 grant funded by the Andrew Mellon Foundation for a collaborative research project entitled "Indigenous Art and Activism in Changing Climates: The Mississippi River Valley, Colonialism, & Environmental Change". The project is lead by Dr. Kelly Wisecup (Project Leader & PI, Northwestern), Dr. Vicente Diaz (Co-PI, Minnesota) and Dr. Christopher Pexa (Coordinator, Minnesota). For a full list of the participants, from five institutions, see this link, and for more information about the project, see this article.

Headlands Short Film Project

"40 writers and filmmakers, coming together in Aotearoa, creating film for an anxious world."

You can read more about the book that inspired this project and follow the project on Facebook here and here.

Other collaborative & community-based initiatives I support and have volunteered for:

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