“Sustainability” is a buzz word that is used by citizens, communities, corporations and governments. In this public talk, Dr. Timothy Luke, Distinguished Professor at Virginia Tech, will challenge the audience to think critically about what is actually being produced and sustained in our society's pervasive use of the rhetoric of sustainability.
A Public Talk @ the University of Colorado Denver
November 16 @ 7:00pm
1201 Larimer St.
Student Commons Building, Room 1500
The Masters of Humanities/Masters of Social Science (MHMSS) Program & Interdisciplinary Studies Present:
"SUSTAINABILIZATION: A Critique of Green Economy(s)"
by Dr. Timothy Luke, Distinguished Professor, Virginia Tech
Co-Sponsors: History, Design & Planning, English, Landscape Architecture, Political Science, Philosophy, International Studies, Women & Gender Studies, Sustainability, and Geography & Environmental Sciences
Dr. Joern Langhorst, Landscape Architecture
Dr. Larry Erbert, Sustainability & Communication
Dr. Esther Sullivan, Sociology
Dr. Michelle Comstock, English
Dr. Dale Stahl, History