9TH ANNUAL SUSTAINABILITY FILM & DISCUSSION SERIES THURSDAYS, 6:30 PM
What began with a single screening of the 2006 film, "An Inconvenient Truth," has grown into an annual series featuring some of the most current documentaries about global climate change, sustainability, and environmental education. Over 4600 students, faculty, and community members have attended screenings and participated in discussions at WAM over the last eight seasons.
The Weatherspoon, along with the UNCG Office of Sustainability and the Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program, is proud to support this year's films in conjunction with the Warren Ashby Dialogue series, a year-long interdisciplinary conversation on the philosophy of localization as a response to global social and environmental change. Panel discussions with local experts will give participants a chance to ask questions and learn more about sustainability issues relevant to North Carolina. Films begin at 6:30 pm and are free.
SEPTEMBER 4 THE ECONOMICS OF HAPPINESS OCTOBER 9 THE ETHICS OF FRACKING
NOVEMBER 13 SHORED UP JANUARY 22 THIN ICE FEBRUARY 19 ABOVE ALL ELSE MARCH 19 GROWING CITIES APRIL 23 SUSTAINABLE SHORT FILM COMPETITION
HEAVEN’S TROUBADOUR: AN EVENING OF POETRY AND SONG WITH MALCOLM GUITE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 6:30 PM
Noted English poet, songwriter and chaplain Malcolm Guite reads and sings his own modern-day metaphysical poems and psalms—in a program to harmonize with the current exhibition, Shouts of Joy and Victory: Jewish and Christian Imagery from the Collection. This program is sponsored by The Atlantic World Research Network with special thanks to Christopher Hodgkins.
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