Adjust the Climate
On Friday, March 23, renowned journalist and filmmaker Jenni Monet is bringing her insights and ideas to a discussion with Dr. Jennifer Nez Denetdale at UNM's Popejoy Hall. Monet spent a significant amount of time covering events in Standing Rock and resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline. She comes to Albuquerque as part of the C19 Conference, produced by The Society of Nineteenth-Century Americanists (a group dedicated to the study of 19th century American haps). This conference—the group's fifth—looks at climate. Sitting in on the Monet's talk from 6 to 8:30pm is totally free, but requires registration at c19conference.org. (Maggie Grimason)
Friday March 23, 2018
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renowned journalist and documentary film-maker specializing in coverage of Indigenous Peoples and events, Jenni Monet and Dr. Jennifer Nez Denetdale discuss climate issues.
Please join C19 for its plenary 2018 Conference event, C19 Now! A discussion with Jenni Monet. Jenni Monet is a renowned journalist and documentary film-maker specializing in coverage of Indigenous Peoples and events such as the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline. The event's discussant with be Dr. Jennifer Nez Denetdale.
Jenni Monet and Dr. Denetdale will engage in discussion from 6pm-7pm in Keller Hall Auditorium (inside Popejoy's larger structure) and a reception will follow from 7pm-8:30pm in the Popejoy foyer. Light far and drinks will be provided thanks to generous donations from UNM Departments to C19.
The UNM Art Museum will also be open for the reception as it is featuring the climate-related photography exhibit of Meridel Rubenstein entitled "Eden Turned on Its Side." The guest curator, Shawn Michelle Smith, is a C19 member and will introduce the show briefly during the reception for C19 Now! Below is a link to the UNM Art Museum exhibit.