Afrofuturism and the Environment: Film Screening and Discussion Campus Calendar
Thursday, April 12, 2018
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Location: 110 Moon Library
Event Description: Join us on April 12th during the College Hour for a viewing of the award-winning short film Pumzi, a Kenyan science-fiction story written and directed by Wanuri Kahiu. After the screening, engage in a discussion of the themes of afrofuturism, the environment, ecocriticism, and scarcity and reclamation facilitated by scholar and librarian Robyn Reed.
Reed is the Head of Access Services at Schaffer Library, Union College. Her research interests include studying the intersection of race and science fiction in film and television, Afrofuturism, and information literacy.
This event is part of the Women in Scientific and Environmental Professions Speaker Series, presented by ESF Women's Caucus and Friends of Moon Library.
Friends of Moon Library is a service organization promoting awareness about F. Franklin Moon Library, giving visibility to its services and augmenting current programs. New members of FOML are always welcome! Stop by our table at the event and receive a Friends of Moon Library mug for your new member donation of $25 or more.
Sponsor: Friends of Moon Library
Thursday, April 19, 2018
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