The experimental nature of the Ecology and Religion in Nineteenth-Century Studies conference demands space for a variety of assessments highlighting the success of this approach to conferencing and areas for growth toward future flightless conferencing ventures.
Rachel Arteaga, “De-Carbonizing Academic Conferencing: Humanities Scholarship in an Era of Climate Change”
Carl Hoover, “Baylor composer writes suite inspired by Cameron Park”
Dr. Joshua King, “Multiplying Connections, Cutting Carbon: An Experiment in Multi-site, Digitally-linked, Flightless Conferencing”
Dr. Charles LaPorte, “International and Carbon-Free: A Flightless Conference Retrospective.” Presented at the MLA Annual Convention, Seattle, Washington, January 9, 2020.
Denae Dyck, PhD Candidate, Department of English, University of Victoria
Molly Lewis, PhD student, Department of English, Baylor University
Eric Bontempo, PhD Student, Department of English and Comparative Literature, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Dr. Samuel Baker, Associate Professor of English, University of Texas
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