ENV 318 / HUM 318 / JRN 318

Environmental Conflicts and Indigenous MediaCourse Cancelled

Candis L. Callison

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The last decade has seen the rise of global Indigenous movements related to environmental concerns from the People’s Agreement of Cochabamba to recent protests over pipelines in the U.S. and Canada. Concurrently, there has been a notable rise in the reach and presence of Indigenous media even as mainstream media have failed to provide accurate, fair, or consistent coverage. Drawing on Environmental, Media, Science, and Indigenous Studies scholarship, this course will examine persistent media critiques and emergent digital infrastructures that are rapidly changing what it means to both report on and participate in these social movements.

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