Event Title

Ecohumanities for Cities in Crisis: A Public Event Series Bringing Miami Together to Discuss Our Future

Location

Northeast Dade – Aventura Branch Library

Event Website

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fragile-habitat-community-conversations-for-miamis-future-registration-25036071564?utm_term=eventurl_text

Start Date

28-5-2016 3:00 PM

End Date

28-5-2016 5:00 PM

Description

Ecohumanities for Cities in Crisis: A Public Event Series Bringing Miami Together to Discuss Our Future

Explore the challenges Miami faces from climate change through culture and history. Join local scholars and environmentalists for stories about our connections to this unique and fragile landscape. How can we come together to imagine our future and prioritize what is most valuable, just, and worthy of preservation? What is at risk right now and how can we build resilient communities? Share your stories and hear new ones.

Come prepared to listen and to talk with your neighbors through guided conversations. Speakers include:

  • Gene Tinnie, Virginia Key Beach Historic Trust
  • Gail Hollander, Geography, FIU
  • Martha Schoolman, English, FIU

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Ecohumanities for Cities in Crisis: A Public Event Series Bringing Miami Together to Discuss Our Future

Northeast Dade – Aventura Branch Library

Ecohumanities for Cities in Crisis: A Public Event Series Bringing Miami Together to Discuss Our Future

Explore the challenges Miami faces from climate change through culture and history. Join local scholars and environmentalists for stories about our connections to this unique and fragile landscape. How can we come together to imagine our future and prioritize what is most valuable, just, and worthy of preservation? What is at risk right now and how can we build resilient communities? Share your stories and hear new ones.

Come prepared to listen and to talk with your neighbors through guided conversations. Speakers include:

  • Gene Tinnie, Virginia Key Beach Historic Trust
  • Gail Hollander, Geography, FIU
  • Martha Schoolman, English, FIU

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