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Visiting Scholars

The Environmental Humanities Program brings a diverse array of environmental thinkers to our community. We also showcase current University faculty across a variety of humanities and scientific disciplines. Students connect with these scholars and we cultivate personal interaction and intellectual engagement with all of our visitors.

Visiting speakers during 2021-22

Alastair Bitsóí, Southern Utah Salt Lake Tribune reporter, Spring 2022 Community Practitioner-in-Residence

Aniya Butler, youth organizer with Youth Vs. Apocalypse, activist and poet

Darren Perry, former chairman of the Northwest Band of the Shoshone Nation

Kailey Kornhauser, Ph.D. Candidate, Oregon State University, Forest Ecosystems and Society and co-founder All Bodies on Bikes

Katharina Gerstenberger, EH Research Professor 2019-2021

Braidan Weeks, Ute Land Trust, Fall 2021 Community Practitioner-in-Residence

Review visiting scholars and campus speakers from previous years.

Last Updated: 8/18/22