Wednesday, March 29, 12:30 to 5:00 PM
The event is on a drop-in basis, so please feel free to stop by for any or all of the activities below between 12:30-5:00:
- Attend student-moderated panels featuring climate-concerned faculty, students, and community members.
- Watch two immersive VR films about climate change, Biidaaban from Canada and Storm Dog from Australia.
- Join in remotely with other climate Teach-in events around the world.
- Take part in a creative writing workshop, Anthroposcream: Fiction Writing in the Climate Crisis, on the relationships between humans and animals in these ecologically tenuous times, presented by horror author Mike Thorn. There will be snacks and door prizes! Although the event is drop-in, please do register as space is limited.
Please contact Erik Moore, Liaison Librarian for Anthropology, Classics, and English, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to register to attend the writing workshop, as space is more limited than in the broader event.
For other questions about the teach-in, please contact Dr. Noah Pleshet, Assistant Professor, UNB Department of Anthropology at email@example.com.
This event is made possible by generous support from RAVEN (Rural Action and Voices for the Environment), the National Film Board of Canada, Goose Lane Editions, and UNB Sustainability.