I've been a lazy blogging boy lately but thought I'd just write a quick little post advertising a cool lecture series arranged by EHI (the Environmental Humanities Initiative): CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, a NEARLY CARBON-NEUTRAL REMOTE LECTURE SERIES. Invited lecturers include such famous ecocritics as my former professor, Serpil Oppermann, and Kate Rigby, plus a … Continue reading EHI: Remote Lecture Series
Yeah yeah, I know. Douglas Adams revealed already in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy that the "Meaning of Life, the Universe, and Everything" is 42. I'm not talking about that but something much more complex and important: what the hell's the point of my mountain athlete and mountain sports researcher life? The reasons for … Continue reading What’s the Point of It All Anyway?