This year’s Graduate Humanities Program Major Scholar seminar is with renowned anthropologist, Dr. Susie Crate, and is titled “Storying Climate Change.”
Dr. Crate is Professor of Anthropology in the Department of Environmental Science and Policy at George Mason University. More about her and the documentary that tracks some of her work in Sibera and elsewhere is posted on our website @ http://www.marshall.edu/graduatehumanities/major-scholar-seminars/
Several events are scheduled around Dr. Crate’s campus visit in October:
Thursday, October 12, 7 PM: Public screening of “The Anthropologist,” with Co-Director Seth Kramer. Marshall University, Huntington, Smith Hall 154. Sponsored by the WV Humanities Council and MU Film Studies Program.
Thursday, October 26, 4 PM: Public screening of “The Anthropologist,” with Dr. Susan Crate. West Virginia State University, Institute, Erickson Alumni Center. Co-sponsored with the WVSU Dept. of Social & Behavioral Sciences.
Check out the documentary on Crate’s research, “The Anthropologist,” here.
Major Scholar Seminar: “Storying Climate Change.” More information is here.
Friday, October 27, 4 PM: Public lecture, Dr. Susan Crate, “Storying Climate Change: On the Importance of Local Perspectives.” John Marshall Dining Room, MU Student Center. Co-sponsored with the College of Liberal Arts and the MU Department of Sociology and Anthropology.