David Biggs, Elia Apostolopoulou, and Sara Gregg
Location: Katholische Hochschulgemeinde (KHG), Leopoldstr. 11, 1st Floor
09:30: Coffee & Snacks.
10:00: David Biggs (University of California at Riverside, USA) on "Footprints: The Militarized Landscape in Central Vietnam."
11:45: Elia Apostolopoulou (Oxford University, UK) on "Biodiversity Offsetting and 'Equivalent Natures'."
13:15: Lunch (Refreshments Served).
14:00: Sara Gregg (University of Kansas, USA) on "Bee’s-Eye View: Re-Capturing the Sensory Dynamism of Montana’s High Plain."
The Lunchtime Colloquium is free and open to the public.
For more information on the Lunchtime Colloquium series, please click here.
Please note: The talk will be recorded for the public representation of the Rachel Carson Center and made available on the RCC's YouTube channel. By attending the event, participants consent to being filmed or photographed.