ICGC Research Circle "Bodies that Haunt" Present at NWSA 2022
ICGC research circle on "Bodies that Haunt: Rethinking the Political Economy of Racialized Death" will have members present at the National Women's Studies Association Annual Conference (NWSA), taking place November 10-13, 2022 in Minneapolis.
IDF Information Session 10.7.22
Are you a graduate student interested in applying for an Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship? Join us for an information session with seven of the University’s IDF-sponsoring Centers and Institutes!
ICGC South Asia Seminar Series Returning Fall 2022
The seminar series hopes to showcase the incredible disciplinary and methodological diversity of South Asian studies today.
ICGC Welcomes 2022 Cohort of Scholars
The 10 new scholars—each from different departments within five colleges and schools at the UMN—come from countries including India, the United States, Mexico, Egypt, Afghanistan, Colombia, and Brazil.
ICGC Research Circle Celebrates Release of Edited Volume
The Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change faculty and staff were delighted to celebrate the release of the edited volume "Children and Youth as Subjects, Objects, Agents" by our YaSOA scholars and collaborators.
ICGC Celebrates 2021-22 Academic Accomplishments at Annual Spring Celebration
On May 5, 2022, the students, faculty, and staff of the Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change gathered for the 2022 Spring Celebration, commemorating the accomplishments of the academic year.
ICGC Scholar Alumni Spotlight: Olivia LeDee
We spoke with Olivia LeDee (ICGC alum) about the Midwest Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASC) consortium. She was in the 2002 ICGC Scholar cohort and has a PhD in Conservation Biology. She is currently the Acting Federal Director for the U.S. Geological Survey at the Midwest CASC consortium.
Dr. Rose Brewer Awarded Humanities Without Walls Grand Research Challenge
ICGC's affiliated faculty member Rose Brewer was recently awarded the Humanities Without Walls Grand Research Challenge on “Environmental Justice Worldmaking: Redistribution and Reciprocity for a Just Transition. “Environmental Justice Worldmaking” (EJW) centers ways that the humanities and humanistic social sciences can affect the just transformation of democracy.
ICGC Set to Host Visiting Scholars
ICGC is excited to host three visiting scholars in Fall 2021. They will participate in community events and give talks in the Brown Bag Series. Scholars include Esther Liu, JaanSharma Pathak, and Sohini Dutta. We are delighted to welcome them to ICGC!
MDP Student Karla Godoy da Costa Lima Creates Change
MDP student and ICGC scholar Karla Godoy da Costa Lima has been making headlines in the past months with her work at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs and beyond.