Voices from the Gulf Symposium

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Type: 
Symposium
Date: 
May 27, 2021
Location: 
Louisiana, United States
Subject Fields: 
Environmental History / Studies, Geography, Humanities, Maritime History / Studies, Public History

 

Emerging Voices from the Gulf: Creating a Place for People

A Human Coast Initiative Symposium

Thursday 27th May, 1pm-5pm (Central  Time, USA)

E130 Howe-Russell-Kniffen, Louisiana  State University,  Baton Rouge, LA (USA)

Zoom link: https://lsu.zoom.us/j/3173775343

 

1:30pm-3pm Session One

Josh Lewis, Ph.D. Bywater Institute, Tulane University. “Dredge or Die: Harbor Deepening, Ecology, and Justice Along the US Gulf Coast”

Liz Skilton, Ph.D. University of Louisiana Lafayette. “Harvesting Histories: The Recent Louisiana Disasters Oral History Project”

Ned Randolph, Ph.D. Tulane University.  “Pipeline Logic and Culpability: Establishing a Continuum of Harm for Sacrifice Zones”

3:15pm-4:45pm Session Two

Audrey Grismore Ph.D. The Water Institute of the Gulf. “Obtainability of Scientific Support: A Comparison Access, Means and Methods During the 1930s and 1940s Oil and Oyster Litigation in Coastal Louisiana”

Jessica Simms, Ph.D. Louisiana Office of Community Development. “Community-scale Climate Migration: The Resettlement of Isle de Jean Charles”

Scott Hemmerling, Ph.D. The Water Institute of the Gulf. “Elevating Local Knowledge Through Participatory Modeling: Active Community Engagement in Restoration Planning in Coastal Louisiana”

A Center for Collaborative Knowledge program,

sponsored by the Carl O. Sauer Professorship and the Department of Geography and Anthropology

COVID-19 VACCINATIONS AND MASKS REQUESTED FOR THE HEALTH OF ALL ATTENDEES.

RSVP to Melanie Puka ptagim1@lsu.edu by Monday 24th May

 

Contact Info: 

Craig Colten, 

Geography & Anthropology

Louisiana State  University

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