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Monday, 16 October 2017, 12:00


Monday, October 16, 2017. 12:00PM. Carbon. Ateya Khorakiwala , Princeton Council on the Humanities and Gökçe Günel, Princeton University.  Sponsored by Princeton Environmental Institute. More information here.


Petroleum's role in forming modern society and it's potential to destroy it will be the topic of the panel discussion "Carbon" at noon Monday, Oct. 16, in the School of Architecture South Gallery. Architectural historian Ateya Khorakiwala, a Princeton-Mellon Fellow in Princeton's Council of the Humanities, and anthropologist Gökçe Günel, an assistant professor of the anthropology of energy and climate change, will examine the lasting effects of petroleum use and recent efforts to create a renewable and clean infrastructure. Afterward, a discussion will be led by Chad Monfreda, the 2017-18 Climate Futures Initiative/Princeton-Mellon Fellow.



Location  School of Architecture South Gallery, Princeton, NJ.