2017

September 21, 2017: IRES Faculty Seminar  Hope in the Anthropocene Series Speaker: Mary Galvin
September 14, 2017: IRES Student Seminar  Speakers: Ivana Zelenika and Lucy Rodina
September 13, 2017: UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights: Effective Implementation and Reporting
March 31, 2017: Ugly fish, science engagement, and the indigenous basket  Speaker: Dyhia Belhabib
March 31, 2017: Trade Between Tibet and the Tang Empire  Speaker: Li Yongxian

March 31, 2017: Trade Between Tibet and the Tang Empire
Speaker: Li Yongxian

This event is sponsored by the Himalaya Program, Contemporary Tibetan Studies Program, Asian Studies and Department of Anthropology. Photo credit: Dennis Jarvis from flickr/Creative Commons.

September 7, 2017: IRES Faculty Seminar  Speaker: Simon Goring  University of Wisconsin

September 7, 2017: IRES Faculty Seminar
Speaker: Simon Goring
University of Wisconsin

The first IRES Seminar for the 2017/2018 Winter Session! Photo credit: Joshua Mayer from flickr/Creative Commons

IRES Seminar Series resumes Thursday, September 7

IRES Seminar Series resumes Thursday, September 7

See you on September 7! (Photo credit: Dennis Leung)

March 31, 2017: Environmental Anarchism: Agriculture and Social Renewal in Modern Korea  Speaker: Dr. Albert L. Park, Claremont McKenna College

March 31, 2017: Environmental Anarchism: Agriculture and Social Renewal in Modern Korea
Speaker: Dr. Albert L. Park, Claremont McKenna College

Dr. Park will traces the rise of environmental consciousness and movements in South Korea after 1945. In particular, it locates the origins of environmentalism in rural South Korea with agricultural farming communities and cooperatives, such as Hansalim, leading the way. Picture credit: StateofIsrael from flickr/Creative Commons

June 15, 2017: PICS Seminar: Canada’s climate change moonshot: BC-made solutions and clean-tech breakthroughs

June 15, 2017: PICS Seminar: Canada’s climate change moonshot: BC-made solutions and clean-tech breakthroughs

Please see the following for details: http://pics.uvic.ca/events/canadas-climate-change-moonshot-bc-made-solutions-and-clean-tech-breakthroughs Photo credit: U.S. Department of the Interior from flickr/Creative Commons

June 26, 2017: Seminar: Fish, Fishing and Fishing-dependent Communities  Speaker: Nicholas Watts