Caroline Levine Public Lecture: The Humanities and the Climate Crisis

How can the humanities help us tackle the problem of climate change?

Caroline Levine, author of The Activist Humanist: Form and Method in the Climate Crisis, argues that the humanities offers the tools we need to understand the way social institutions operate and bring about political change. The lecture will be followed refreshments, time for conversation, and a free workshop, “The Activist-Scholar,” at 4:00pm.

This event is free to attend but please register in advance. Please enter the event space via Cornmarket Street (across from Wagamama).
This event is sponsored by the Grand Union Doctoral Training Partnership of the Economic and Social Research Council.