Panels & Panelists

We have a number of panel sessions this year on writing, environment, and sustainability. Click on the panelists’ names below to learn more about them.

Writing, Policy, and Public Perception (Monday, March 23, 10:00am, Hobo Day Gallery, SDSU Student Union)

An exploration of the ways writing affects how governments work–and how citizen feel about it–on the local, state, and national level. Featuring Meghan Thoreau, Frank James, and Kristen Iversen.

Writing as Place-Making (Monday, March 23, 1:00pm, Hobo Day Gallery, SDSU Student Union)

Featuring Jessica Garcia-Fritz, Charles MacBride, and Sara Lum from the SDSU Department of Architecture, with Hilary Hungerford from SDSU Geography.

Writing about Naturalist Literature (Tuesday, March 24, 10:00am, Hobo Day Gallery, SDSU Student Union)

Featuring SDSU English Professor Kathleen Danker and graduate scholars Mark Brenden and Danielle Harms.

Who Really Feeds the World (Tuesday, March 24, 11:00am, Hobo Day Gallery, SDSU Student Union)

Featuring Vandana Shiva and SDSU professors Meredith Redlin (Sociology), Evert Van Der Sluis (Economics), Hilary Hungerford (Geography) and Daniel Scholl (College of Agriculture).

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