Schedule and Events

Aimee Nezhukumatathil

Brionté McCorkle

AM Kanngieser, image credit Toz Withall

The 2021 ASLE Virtual Conference preliminary schedule of events is now posted:

2021 Conference Preliminary Schedule

More details on these events are posted in the tabs below, and more details will be coming soon.

Schedule and Program

Most of the conference will occur asynchronously, with panel presentations posted and available to view any time during the dates of the conference, July 26-August 6.

Any synchronous events, such as plenary Q&A, pane stream discussions, mentoring sessions, or social gatherings, will be posted here soon, and also sent in updates to registrants.

Plenary Speakers

We are delighted to announce the plenary speakers for EmergencE/Y

Aimee Nezhukumatathil, poet and author of World of Wonders
Brionté McCorkle, Executive Director of Georgia Conservation Voters
Anthropologist and geographer Zoe Todd and sound artist AM Kanngieser, collaborating on “Environmental Kin Studies”
A conversation between members of the project Mapping Migraciones

Workshops

Writing Workshop with Helen Sword

Writing & Wellbeing
Tuesday, July 27, 2021
4:00-5:30pm Eastern time (US and Canada)

Are the pressures of productivity, perfectionism, and/or the pandemic taking a toll on your health and wellbeing? Establish a calming, nurturing writing routine that will replenish your physical and emotional energy rather than sucking you dry.

Helen Sword is a poet, scholar, master teacher, and international expert on academic, professional, and creative writing across the disciplines.

This workshop will be available free of additional charges to all registrants at the conference, but you will need to pre-register for the event so we can gauge attendance needs. This will be a “live” event offered only at the time listed, and you MUST be registered for the full conference to attend.

More coming soon on other workshop opportunities.

Social Events

Coming Soon

Student Events

Coming Soon

Publishers' Exhibit

We are planning a low-key virtual experience in place of our Publisher’s Exhibit, with links to various publisher conference virtual exhibit pages. More coming soon!