Ethnoprimatology: Toward the Sustainable Coexistence of Human and Nonhuman Primates in the 21st Century
Monday, December 2, 2019 | Dinner at 5:45 pm | Talk at 6:30 pm
Roosevelt House | 47-49 E. 65th St. New York, NY 10065 (Hunter College)
Presented by the New York Academy of Sciences, Anthropology Section. This talk will explore the field of ethnoprimatology with some examples from Dr. Erin P. Riley's field research on the human-macaque interface in Indonesia to demonstrate the promise the ethnoprimatological approach shows in fostering an integrative anthropology, more pluralistic approaches to scientific inquiry, and the sustainable coexistence of humans and other primates in the 21 st century and beyond.
Dialogues for Change: Careers and Climate Action
Co-hosted with Beyond Barnard | February 11, 6:30-8:30pm | The James Room
A Roundtable with leaders who are bringing climate action to their work across disciplines. Meet and talk with alumni, faculty, and trailblazers from industries including law, policy, activism, design, the arts, journalism, the sciences, and more.
Athena Climate Challenge
Co-hosted with the Athena Center for Leadership Studies | March 21-22
A student design challenge tackling problems from the hyper local to the global, this hands-on workshop will help students develop the capacity to define a problem, develop a replicable collaborative process, and generate solutions.
Rebear: A Change of Clothing
April 22, 11-3pm | Altschul Atrium
Barnard College's 4th annual Rebear Boutique is an interactive social and pedagogical experiment in changing the way we think about the clothes we wear. Members of the Barnard and Morningside Heights community will have a chance to shop for locally donated used clothes collected from Barnard students throughout the semester, and offered for sale in the Altschul Atrium. During the sale, shoppers can learn basic alterations and repairs at a mending station, and learn more about the social and environmental impacts of the apparel industry.
Buying used is one of the simplest and most effective ways to reduce your carbon footprint - and build out a fabulous wardrobe, usually while saving money. While we develop ways to make new clothes more socially and environmentally sustainable, we also need to support local, circular economy models that acknowledge and maintain the value of the things we already have. Proceeds from Rebear will support Student Climate Action at Barnard College.