Speaker: Mitul Baruah, "Unraveling a Crisis in the Brahmaputra Valley in Northeast India"
Thursday, April 17, 2014
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Location: Marshall Hall Room 213
MITUL BARUAH will be speaking on
Political Ecologies of Vulnerable Geographies, the Question of the State, and the Spaces for Resistance: Unraveling a Crisis in the Brahmaputra Valley in Northeast India
Thursday April 17th 11:00 am Marshall 213
Mitul Baruah is a Ph.D. Candidate Syracuse University, Department of Geography. He completed the Master of Environmental Studies at SUNY-ESF in 2010.
The R. G. Pack Institute and the Department of Environmental Studies
Graduate Class EST 797 – Human Dimensions of Water Issues (Professor Sharon Moran)
Lunch to follow for those who sign up. To be included, please RSVP to Rebecca Hart firstname.lastname@example.org (by 10 am Weds. morning)
Sponsor: Environmental Studies Department
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