All events will be livestreamed via Zoom or WebEx.
Panel presentations, listed as sessions 1 and 2 on the schedule, will be livestreamed via ZOOM. Those sessions run from 10:30-12:00 pm EST and 1:30-2:45 EST. The Zoom link for accessing those streams will be available HERE, and via the conference Twitter hashtag, #EcoReligion19c
The closing roundtable will be livestreamed via WebEx, and linked live to the other conference nodes in Texas, Seattle, and Lancaster UK. The link for that feed is available HERE.
All sessions will be video archived with captions on this website after the fact.
- Meredith Martin, “Poetry at the Origin of Language”
- Michael Tomko, “‘So Might I’: Wordsworth’s Vexed Search for a Contemplative Ecology”
- Manu Samriti Chander, “Christian Romanticism in Nineteenth-Century British Guiana”
- Daniel Williams, “One Vast Library: Ecology and the Nonhuman Witness”
- Gauri Viswanathan, “Animal Life and Alternative Religions in Nineteenth-Century Genealogies of Feminism”
|The Zoom sessions can also be joined by phone. To use iPhone one-tap:|
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Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
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Enter Webinar ID: 678 585 849
International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/ajUiRr4go
3:15 pm – 5:15 pm: ROUNDTABLE. Featuring all invited participants, moderated by Nathan K. Hensley, Georgetown University
- Manu Samriti Chanderon “Our Triune World,” by Egbert Martin (“Leo”)
- Meredith Martinon “Chaunts of Life” (from Ascent of Man), by Mathilde Blind
- Michael Tomko on the “To Hampstead” sonnets, by Leigh Hunt
- Gauri Viswanathan on “Caliban upon Setebos,” by Robert Browning
- Daniel Williamson “The Blessed Virgin Compared to the Air We Breathe,” by Gerard Manley Hopkins
If needed, here are guides for joining Webex meetings:
- Written guide: https://www.baylor.edu/lib/factech/doc.php/312742.pdf
- Video tutorial: http://bit.ly/buwebex