“Climate in Crisis” Free Virtual Interdisciplinary Conference, 23-24 September 2022

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“Climate in Crisis” Humber@TIFA Interdisciplinary Conference, free virtual events Sept 23 and 24

Join us for our eighth annual (and second virtual) Humber@TIFA interdisciplinary conference, “Climate in Crisis.”  Our conference will be hosted online by the Toronto International Festival of Authors (TIFA.)  

Please ask your friends, colleagues, and students to register as TIFA members so that they too will be able to participate in conference events.

You can also view the full Festival Calendar.   After creating your free membership, register for each Humber@TIFA event separately.  You can find our events labeled “Climate in Crisis” with our distinctive conference art by Angela Aujla.

Keynote Friday, September 23rd at 5:30 pm with Nikki Sanchez, an Indigenous activist, author, and educator, as well as the founder and director of Decolonize Together.  The theme of her keynote is on Challenging Climate Grief and Apathy.  

Four dynamic panels for our “Crisis in Climate” conference will also be held virtually on September 24th starting at 9:00am. Abstracts and delegate bios can be found on our website.

Feature image courtesy of Angela Aujla.
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Jennifer Marotta

Professor of Humanities at Humber College
Jennifer Susan Marotta, Ph.D. Professor of Humanities, Department of Liberal Studies Co-Chair, Humber@TIFA Interdisciplinary Academic Conference https://humber.ca/tifa/ Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning Associate, 2020-2023, L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History

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