Tuesday: Beth Rose Middleton will speak on Native American environmental challenges
On May 11, 2021, Beth Rose Middleton, Ph.D., will present her research on Native environmental policy and Native activism for site protection. She will also discuss her training of graduate students in applying participatory action research on contemporary land claims in California.
The event is part of the UC Council of Chief Diversity Officers’ Distinguished Scholars webinar series. Each event features a notable UC educator who has made significant contributions to the study of racial inequality through their research, teaching and mentorship.
The webinar is open to all members of the UC community and will be recorded. Dr. Middleton’s presentation will be followed by an audience question and answer session.
- What: UC Distinguished Scholars Webinar: Professor Beth Rose Middleton on Native American Environmental Policy and Site Protection
- When: Tuesday, May 11, 12–1 p.m. (PT)
- Register here (Advance registration is required)
About the speaker
Beth Rose Middleton is a professor of Native American studies at UC Davis. In addition to her Native environmental policy research and activism for site protection, her broader research interests include intergenerational trauma and healing, rural environmental justice, indigenous analysis of climate change, Afro-indigeneity and qualitative geographic information systems (GIS). Learn more about Professor Middleton.
For questions, contact Carissa Cress.Tags: Beth Rose Middleton, Distinguished Scholars