Cultural geographer Chie Sakakibara will discuss her book Whale Snow, in which she explores how climate, culture, and human resilience are connected through bowhead whaling in Arctic Alaska.
In Whale Snow we see how climate change disrupts this ancient practice and, in the process, affects a vital expression of Indigenous sovereignty.
Live Online Zoom WebinarMonday, November 30 at 1:00 pm (Mountain Time)
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