I’ll be in Colorado at the Fort Collins Book Fest later this month, where on October 20 I’ll lead a “Walking and Writing Place” workshop with Michael McLane and then be part of a panel called “A Good Earth is Hard to Find” with Susan A. Shriner, Gillian Bowser, Sam Kean, and moderator John Calderazzo.
I will contribute to a number of teaching-related sessions at the American Association of Geographers (AAG) conference in April 2018 in New Orleans. I am presenting a paper (“Southwestern Road Trip as Experiential Field Course”) in the “Experiential Learning in Geography Education” session on Tuesday, 10 April. I am also part of a panel on “Building the Geo-Humanities” on Friday, 13 April. On Saturday, 14 April, I am the discussant for a session on “Place-Based Pedagogy and Learning.”
BYCATCH EXHIBIT AT UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA MUSEUM OF ART
February 4 through April 2, 2017
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 9, 5:00-7:00 pm
I’ve been up in Canada and the Pacific Northwest giving presentations at two conferences in late September/early October: the Under Western Skies Interdisciplinary Conference on the Environment at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta, and the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers Meeting in Portland, Oregon.
On Saturday 10/15, I’ll be at the Northern Arizona Book Festival in Flagstaff, taking part in a University of Arizona Press reading at Barefoot Cowgirl Books, 18 N. San Francisco St., from 3-4 pm.
This Sunday, March 6 at the Desert Museum!
I’ll be at the Full Moon Festival at the Desert Museum this Saturday, August 1, reading poetry along with winners of the Coati Kids Earth Day poetry contest. The reading’s at 8:00, and events and activities—including a blacklight poetry hunt—begin at 5:00 and continue through 10:00.