8 February 2023, 5.30-7pm UK, 2.30-4pm Brazil, 11.30am-1pm Mexico
Dário Votório Kopenawa Yanomami is a well-known right defender leader of the Yanomami Indigenous People. He is the Hutukara Yanomami Association (HAY) vice president and is currently student of Territorial Management at Federal University of Roraima, in Brazil. Dário is Davi Kopenawa’s son, the Hutukara Association president and a respected Yanomami shaman.
25 April 2023, 5-6:30 ppm
Feeding the end of the world: agribusiness, pandemics, and Anthropocene in Brazil
Professor Jean Segata delivers the next Embodied Inequalities of the Anthropocene seminar, in collaboration with UFRGS Brazil and CIESAS Mexico
How does the way we have been eating feed the end of the world? To answer this question, the presentation describes how agribusiness produces a scenario of chronic destruction that is highly exploitive and makes humans, animals and environments sick.
28 September 2022, 5-6:30pm
Heather Davis (New School, New York) delivers the inaugural virtual seminar in UCL Health, Mind and Society’s new series ‘Embodied Inequalities of the Anthropocene’
17 November 2022, 5-6:30pm
Elizabeth Roberts delivers the second seminar in the Embodied Inequalities of the Anthropocene series, hosted by CIESAS Mexico
*Date change: 23 January 2023, 5-6.30pm UK, 2-3.30pm Brazil, 11-12.30am Mexico
Renzo Taddei delivers the third seminar in the Embodied Inequalities of the Anthropocene series, hosted by UFRGS, Brazil