Environmental author Janisse Ray will discuss seed-saving and how it relates to the food supply in an Earth Day lecture … [Read More...]
Join Ecopoetry Anthology co-editor and Environmental Studies Director Ann Fisher-Wirth, April 9 at 5 p.m. at Off Square … [Read More...]
The University of Mississippi Environmental Studies program screening of "Dirt! The Movie" March 27, at 7 p.m. is in … [Read More...]
In conjunction with National Food Day October 22, 2012, the students of the Food Policy class in the Public Policy … [Read More...]
WINTER-BREAK 3-CREDIT FIELD COURSE -- Caribbean Ecosystem Field Studies December 28, 2012 to January 13, 2013 * … [Read More...]
Greenpeace Semester – Accepting Spring Applications Now---- A semester with a global environmental … [Read More...]
Tuesday, October 16 at 5 p.m.----Open discussion and book signing by author Katharine Wilkerson in the Student … [Read More...]
Interested in Culture and Global Social Justice issues? Care about the Environment? Youth in Africa? For a … [Read More...]
All are invited to a reading and signing of Professor Fisher-Wirth's latest book of poetry Tuesday, May 1 at 5 p.m. at … [Read More...]
Robbie Ethridge's book, From Chicaza to Chickasaw, won the Mooney Award from the Southern Anthropological … [Read More...]
When Taylor Cook walked into the chancellor’s office at the University of Mississippi, she was not expecting to see a … [Read More...]
Water, oil and food mix together in the upcoming inaugural environmental film series at the University of … [Read More...]
Andy Harper, director of Media and Documentary projects at UM, at work. Photo by Gaetano Catelli
Award winning author Janisse Ray's lecture about seed saving kicked off UM Green Week events. Photo by Gaetano Catelli
April 22, 7PM, Overby Center Auditorium, presented by the Environmental Studies Film and Lecture Series at the University of Mississippi
Environmental Studies Director Ann Fisher-Wirth with her students on a recent spring day.
April 9 at 5PM at Off Square Books, 1110 Van Buren Avenue in Oxford.
The University of Mississippi Environmental Studies program film series screening of “Dirt, the Movie” March 27 at 7 p.m. in the Overby Center Auditorium.
Fulbright winning psychology professor Dr. Laura Johnson is teaching about culture, global social justice, the environment, and youth in Tanzania this January.
The Professor of English is an avid horsewoman whose work---primarily on Renaissance and early modern ecocriticism and animal studies---arises directly out of the circumstances and interests of her non-academic life,
Professor Jason Ritchie and Alex on the Wall Street Trail.
Environmental Studies Director Ann Fisher-Wirth and Peter Wirth
Rowan Oak in Oxford was the home of Nobel Prize winning author William Faulkner.
Magnolia Village is a place to practice meditation and mindfulness founded by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh, who was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Students with Kate Read and Ann Fisher-Wirth
His research and teaching focuses on the literature and culture of the U.S. South, including issues of environmental justice, environmental racism, and the ethics of land-use that arise out of the history and culture of the region.
The view across Duck Creek