Abstract: Since 2014, the Endangered Language Alliance (ELA) has been working with speakers and communities to map the lesser-known, minority, endangered, and Indigenous languages of the New York area. The first product of this effort — a print map showing 637 language varieties at 1,000 significant sites across the metropolitan area — shows a city […]
Accelerated consumption of minerals, oil and energy as well as the development of infrastructure to make them available for consumption, has led to an unprecedented destruction of what we know as nature. Joining protests in defense of the environment some indigenous collectives have made public that what is being destroyed is other-than-human entities, crucial participants in world-making practices that confuse the division between nature and humanity.
CLICK HERE TO RSVP Time: TUESDAY, March 3, 2020 | 5:00 – 6:30 PM Location: The Place of Many Trees (Multipurpose Room), Liu Institute for Global Issues, 6476 NW Marine Drive, University of British Columbia, Vancouver But Does It Work? Film and Political Impact Under the pressures of neoliberal economic policies and right wing […]