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Danielle Endres : "Nuclear Decolonization"

Feburary 21, 2024

Time & Location: 1 PM | The Obert C. & Grace A. Tanner Humanities Center Jewel Box 

Headshot of Danielle Endres. She has blonde hair and black glassesDanielle Endres is a professor in the Department of Communication and Director of the Environmental Humanities Program at the University of Utah. Endres is also an affiliated faculty member in the Global Change and Sustainability Center and the Environmental and Sustainability Studies Program. Her research and teaching expertise lie in environmental rhetoric,  social movement studies, and Indigenous Communication. Endres's research is guided by environmental and social justice lenses. As a rhetorical theorist and critic, she has examined a variety of historical and contemporary controversies, such as nuclear (de)colonization, energy transition, climate change, Native mascots, and dominant spatial practices. She is also interested in rhetorical methods, particularly the use of ethnography, oral history, interviewing and other participatory approaches in the practice of rhetorical criticism.






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