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A Discussion of "From Human Neglect to Planetary Survival: New Approaches to the Appraisal of Environmental Records"

  • 1 Mar 2022
  • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Meeting Via Zoom

A Discussion of "From Human Neglect to Planetary Survival:  

New Approaches to the Appraisal of Environmental Records" 

Featuring: Article Author, Candace Loewen 

Hosted by: E-SIS  

Tuesday March 1st, 2022, 10AM PT/1PM ET 

Free Registration: https://ubc.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5Iucu6hqDsqGtUmEtB35usoiYR6mJtLXfhF  

As a newly launched Special Interest Section, E-SIS invites you to join our inaugural event where we'll be informally discussing a highly relevant article published in Archivaria 33 (Winter 1991-92) by Candace Loewen, "From Human Neglect to Planetary Survival: New Approaches to the Appraisal of Environmental Records". Author Candace Loewen has generously agreed to join us for this discussion, where we hope to engage with the text of the article in the context of 2022 and the ongoing climate crisis. The article is available via Archivaria's Back Issues here: https://archivaria.ca/index.php/archivaria/article/view/11801  

Questions? Contact E-SIS Co-Chairs Claire Williams at Claire.Williams@ubc.ca or Adele Torrance atorrance@ingeniumcanada.org  



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