The Founders Seminar is the Geography and Environmental Studies Departmental Seminar series. Speakers are invited to present to an audience of students and faculty with an interest in Geography (human and physical) and Geomatics. The name “Founders Seminar” was chosen around the year 2000 to honour the founding members of the relatively young department: those who were present from the 1950s and those who were part of the major growth cycle in the late 60s and 70s. These individuals started the Department and later formed the base for its application for the Ph.D. degree.
Seminars will be held in person Loeb A220 from 2:30pm – 4pm on Wednesdays.
FOUNDERS SEMINAR SERIES
September 21: Matthew T Huber, Professor, Geography and the Environment Department, Syracuse University “Climate Change as Class War”: Matt Huber in conversation with Emilie Cameron, Vladimir Díaz-Cuéllar, and Meera Karunananthan
Held in Dunton Tower 2017 (Registration)
October 21: Nick Estes, Assistant Professor in the American Indian Studies Department at the University of Minnesota “The History and Future of Indigenous Resistance on Turtle Island”
March 1: Charles Levkoe, Canada Research Chair in Equitable and Sustainable Food Systems and Associate Professor, Lakehead University, and Visiting Professor at DGES in Winter 2022
March 29: Graduate Student Research Presentations