How do we imagine the future? What kinds of landscapes, which bodies, whose voices, what types of powers and privileges are included? How do we plan to start living it now? This FIG will explore different socio-ecological visions of the future that are now emerging from our uneven planetary conditions. We’ll focus especially on how legacies of inequity, exclusion, and degradation are making possible alternate ways of understanding the world and humanity, and inspiring diverse movements for social and environmental justice – conceiving and building more just futures.
College Connections Faculty: Jason Schreiner
Jason Schreiner received his Master’s of Science in Environmental Studies from the University of Oregon. He is an adjunct professor for the UO Environmental Studies Program and has previously served as adjunct instructor for the Department of Philosophy at Oregon State University, teaching courses on environmental ethics and 19th-century philosophy. Professor Schreiner also serves as a Faculty Consultant for the UO Teaching Effectiveness Program where he helps professors and graduate students empower themselves to improve or enhance their teaching. In his spare time, Schreiner enjoys spending time with his family, gardening, cooking, reading, yoga, and giving presentations on sustainability in the community.
Please feel free to contact Professor Schreiner with any questions at email@example.com
FIG Assistant: Juliae Riva
Bio Coming Soon
Coming July 2018. Faculty and FAs are currently in the process of developing the FIG assignments.
Week of Welcome FIG Meeting
Coming August 2018