University of Oklahoma  |  Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability
GEO-HUMANITIES TEA HOUR
Ad-hoc, informal gatherings of our student and faculty community to build understanding of the field of Geo-humanities. We chat, critique, share, review, present, watch videos, and otherwise commune so that our research collectively grows. Contact us to get on the listserve. We video conference!
30 Nov. 2016 -- We took a look at and discussed a rare set of Landscape Magazine issues that Dr. Bauch recently came across. This magazine was edited and partly authored by the great J.B. Jackson, a pioneer in the field of geography.
11 Nov. 2016 -- Desert explorer Anthony Edwards discussed his techniques for using historical literature to help navigate the archaeological gems of the Mojave region.
25 Oct. 2016 -- Geography professor Laurel Smith, along with co-author Filo Gomez, discussed their forthcoming article--"The Affective Logic of Video Activism"--based on their work in Oaxaca, Mexico and Oklahoma.
30 Sept. 2016 -- Professors Alison Fields (Art History) and Todd Stewart (Photography) from the University of Oklahoma's School of Visual Arts visited the studio for a Tea Hour discussion on their brand new book, Picher, Oklahoma: Catastrophe, memory, and trauma.
6 Sept. 2016 -- Review of "1892 Everglades Exploration Expedition," by John R. Nemmers, University of Florida. An in-progress digital reconstruction of the trip across the Florida peninsula's southern swamp lands that set the stage for the modernization of Florida.