Events

Kinship Live with Robin Wall Kimmerer

We have a lot of relationships in our lives—family, friends, neighbors—but what about the plants and animals around us? Join us on March 30 at 1 p.m. CST for a live, online event featuring “Braiding Sweetgrass” author and plant ecologist Robin Wall Kimmerer. Kimmerer joins “To the Best of Our Knowledge” Host Anne Strainchamps, Executive …

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Australasian Launch for Kinship: Belonging in a World of Relations

The Center for Humans and Nature & Centre for the Study of the Inland (La Trobe University) invite you to celebrate the Australasian launch of Kinship: Belonging in a World of Relations (2021), edited by Gavin Van Horn, Robin Wall Kimmerer, and John Hausdoerffer (Centre for Humans and Nature Press). Please join us for a …

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The EcoVoice Festival

We are honored to be partnering with The EcoVoice Project for their first annual, Chicago EcoVoice Festival! This festival includes three days of performances and activities that build awareness, educate, and call others to action on climate change. The 2022 inaugural festival will take place July 8-10 and be hosted at Loyola University and the University …

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Anishinaabe Thinking, Being, Doing, Knowing, and Living

What Stories Does the Land Hold? is a conversation series co-presented by the Center for Humans and Nature and The New School at Commonweal as part of the Center’s Questions for a Resilient Future Series Across the world, Indigenous people share something in common: a connection to land and their Ancestral territories. This series of conversations spotlights a …

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