Visiting Speakers in 2002
 


Robert Figueroa

Department of Philosophy and Religion

Colgate University

February 1, 2002

Is There a Latino/a
Environmentalism?

Gary Machlis

National Park Service

February 7-8, 2002

Land Matters: The Struggle over Wilderness and Parks in Contemporary America

The 7% Solution: Integrating the Social and Biological Sciences for Environmental Management


Alejandro de Acosta

Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture

Binghamton University

February 14, 2002

The Challenges of Multinaturalism

Ricardo Rozzi

University of Magallanes

February 21, 2002

Integrating Social Well-Being and Biocultural Conservation: An Ethical Challenge at the Austral Tip of the Americas

George A. James

Department of Philosophy
and Religion Studies

University of North Texas

February 22, 2002

India: Land of Phenomenal Biodiversity

Garth Baker-Fletcher

Independent Scholar

February 28, 2002

African American Philosophies of Religion: Studies of Opacity and Oppugnancy

Robert Frodeman

Colorado School of Mines

March 28-29, 2002

Eco-Logic

Science and the Public Self

Stephen R. Kellert

Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

September 18, 2002

Connecting Human and Natural Systems: Scientific, Theoretical, and Practical Perspectives

Sahotra Sarkar

Texas A&M

September 24, 2002

The Aims and Structure of Conservation Biology

Thomas Sheehan

Stanford University

November 1, 2002

What Will Heidegger Have Been?

Krista Comer

Rice University

November 22, 2002

Ecotourism on Vacation:
Surfer Girls and Surfing Ecosafari

Gary Varner

Texas A&M

December 5, 2002

Personhood, Memory, and
Elephant Management

Edrie Sobstyl

University of Texas, Dallas

December 6, 2002

Is That Essence Rare?
Ecofeminist Science Fiction


 

 

 CEP - PHIL - UNT - December 7, 2002