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Earthly Impressions: Book, Text, and Archive In The Anthropocene
WhenFriday, Mar. 1, 2019, 12:21 – 7:21 p.m.
Campus locationIntellectual House (INT)
Event typesConferences
Event sponsorsThe Anthropocene Research Cluster, the Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Studies Graduate Research Cluster,The Textual Studies Program, Modern Language Quarterly, Center for Global Studies, and the Simpson Center for the Humanities
Description

12:21pm    Micro-Production (Limited to Conference Participants) 
smudge studio, “Tea at the Tilt of the Earth”
Henry Art Gallery

1:30-3:30pm    Elements
Chadwick Allen (Prof., University of Washington),
“Vital Earth, Vibrant Earthworks, Living Earthworks Vocabularies”
Hester Blum (Assoc. Prof., Pennsylvania State University),
“Antarctic Imprints”
Amir Sheikh (Curatorial Associate, Burke Museum),
“Practicing Palimpsestry in Seattle’s Urban Landscape: Archives, Counter-mapping, and Public Scholarship”
Moderator: Vin Nardizzi (Assoc. Prof.,University of British Columbia)
Intellectual House

3:45-5:15pm    Languages
Margaret Noodin (Asst. Prof., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) Christopher Teuton (Prof.,University of Washington)
Moderator: Jennifer Ladino (Assoc. Prof., University of Idaho)
Intellectual House

5:15pm    Reception
Intellectual House

6:30pm    Keynote: Weak Environmentalism: William Blake and Elizabeth Bishop in the Anthropocene
Wai Chee Dimock (Prof., Yale University)
Intellectual House

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