Climate Change and Social Justice

The second event of the CLIMATE CHANGE/CINCINNATI series the Center has organized with the Mercantile Library is tomorrow, September 12! Nancy Tuana, Professor of Philosophy and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Penn State, will address the relationship between climate change and social justice, showcasing the importance of the humanities to addressing scientific topics.

Learn more about the CLIMATE CHANGE/CINCINNATI series here. All three events in the series are full, so the Mercantile Library is no longer accepting reservations for Tuana’s talk. But you can still catch Tuana’s talk at UC on Friday, September 13. Details below.

Understanding Climate Change

Taking place Thursday, August 29, in the beautiful Mercantile Library in downtown Cincinnati

Click here to see UC News coverage of the series.

The first event in the Climate Change/Cincinnati series at the Mercantile Library is this Thursday! This panel discussion, Understanding Climate Change, features Professor Brooke Crowley (Anthro & Geo), Professor Carlie Trott (Community Psych), and Cincinnati Museum Center Curator Brenda Hunda.

This free event is now full with 300 reservations; make your reservation online here for the second or third event (Climate Change and Social Justice; Climate Change and Cincinnati Life), as those events are also almost full.

This series is a collaborative project with the UC Center for Public Engagement with Science, the Mercantile Library, and UC’s Taft Research Center.

Climate Change/Cincinnati

This three-part series at the Mercantile Library focuses on climate change, how it affects Greater Cincinnati, and you. The series is a collaboration between the Center and the Mercantile Library, cosponsored by the Taft Research Center.

The first event is coming up on August 29! This will be a discussion with :

  • Brooke Crowley (UC Anthropology and Geology Associate Professor)
  • Brenda Hunda (Cincinnati Museum Center Curator)
  • Carlie Trott (UC Psychology Assistant Professor)

See the event website to learn more and register to attend.