A documentary podcast investigating our changing climate through experts and leaders who are engaging, imagining, and creating new ways forward. Hosted by Cameron Peters.
Dr. Cheryl Holder is a physician who is witnessing and creatively responding to the way a changing climate is impacting her patients’ health. Her previous experience treating HIV patients offers crucial context for what it looks like to pursue a collaborative and social justice-driven healthcare model.…
Anastasia Samoylova’s photographs of a changing climate in her Miami neighborhood lead to FloodZone, a 4-year project that documents the tangible and intangible experience of climate change in our everyday.Autor: New Climate Narratives
When scientists Dr. Jeanette Wyneken and Dr. Sarah Milton unexpectedly confront climate change in their research, new questions emerge.Autor: New Climate Narratives
Coming January 12th, 2021. New Climate Narratives is a documentary podcast investigating our changing climate through experts and leaders who are engaging, imagining, and creating new ways forward. In Season 1, we hear stories from the frontlines of South Florida’s changing climate.
Steve Hindle welcomes participants and attendees to the “Beyond the Copernican Revolution: New Narratives in Early Modern Science" conference, held at the Huntington Library on June 12, 2015. Hindle is the W. M. Keck Foundation Director of Research at The Huntington.
Peter Dear, discusses "Arguments, Reason, and Method: Commanding Assent on Astronomical Claims and Other Things”. Dear is Professor of the History of Science at Cornell University.
Sachiko Kusukawa, discusses "Early Modern Astronomical Images”. Kusukawa is a Fellow in History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Cambridge.
Brian W. Ogilvie, discusses "Revolting Insects: Natural History in Early Modern Science and Culture”. Ogilvie is Associate Professor of History at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Lawrence M. Principe, discusses "Reformulating Chemistry”. Principe is the Director of the Singleton Center, the Drew Professor of the Humanities, and faculty in the Department of the History of Science and Technology at John Hopkins University.
Robert S. Westman, discusses "Beyond the Copernican Revolution”. Westman is a Professor in the Department of History at the University of California, San Diego.
Renée Raphael, discusses "New Narratives of Early Modern Mechanics”. Raphael is Assistant Professor, History School of Humanities at the University of California, Irvine.
Adam Mosley, discusses "The Non-Copernican Questions: Future Histories of the Science(s) of the Stars”. Mosley is Professor of History at Swansea University in Wales.
Jan Golinski welcomes participants and attendees to the “Beyond the Copernican Revolution: New Narratives in Early Modern Science" conference, held at the Huntington Library on June 12, 2015. Golinski is a professor in the Department of History and the Humanities Program at the University of New Hampshire.…