In addition to the week-long conference starting on Nov. 30, 2020, (that week you will see a number of synchronous and asynchronous presentations, videos, posters, and more), Common CAHSS has three featured speakers you don’t want to miss:
Nov. 18, Chris Williams presenting, “This Land Was Never Some of Ours.”
Nov. 30: Conference Plenary with David Voelker presenting, “Beyond Sustainability: Imagining an Ecological Future.”
Dec. 2: Conference Keynote with Sarah Jaquette Ray, presenting, “Coming of Age at the End of the World.”
Common CAHSS is an annual event in which UW-Green Bay and its College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (CAHSS, pronounced “cause”) strives to generate awareness and conversation on a thematic common cause—organized around interconnected local and global challenges that require collective solutions spanning disciplinary and geographic boundaries.