Indigenous Perspectives in Climate Change

Date: Sep 22, 2021

Where: Virtual Event - 6-7:30pm ET

About the Event:

Indigenous peoples around the world are particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. How have Indigenous scholars’ historical and cultural perspectives contributed to conversations about climate change? How do Indigenous perspectives powerfully shape national and international climate justice movements?


  • Dr. Clint Carroll, Associate Professor of Native American and Indigenous Studies, Department of Ethnic Studies, University of Colorado-Boulder
  • Dr. Elizabeth Hoover, Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California Berkeley
  • Dr. Daniel WildcatProfessor and Director of the Environmental Research Studies Center, Haskell Indian Nations University

Moderated by Dr. Paul Rosier, Mary M. Birle Chair in American History, Department of History, Villanova University


Co-sponsored by the Department of Geography and the Environment, Villanova University

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