Patty Loew, UW-Madison Professor of Life Sciences Communication, will talk about “Seventh Generation Earth Ethics” on Tues., Nov. 3, from 3:30-5pm in UC275. This is part of the Native Pride Lecture Series, and also is presented as part of UWW’s celebration of diversity.
Dr. Loew authored a book with the title “Seventh Generation Earth Ethics,” which UWW students and staff may borrow from other UW campus libraries via the free UW Request service (requested items arrive in 2-5 weekdays). There’s also a description of the book at the Wisconsin Historical Society Press web site. You can preview some of the book’s content via Google Books. The book won a Midwest Book Award in the culture category.
Andersen Library has resources if you’d like to learn more! Search article databases to find articles such as “After the storm: Ojibwe treaty rights twenty-five years after the “Voigt” decision (American Indian Quarterly, 2011, vol.35:no.2, pp.161-191–co-authored by Dr. Loew), and “Traditional wisdom: Protecting relationships with wilderness as a cultural landscape” (Ecology & Society, 2011, vol.16:no.1, pp.1-14). Search Research@UWW for books, media and more at Andersen Library to find titles such as Defending mother earth: Native American perspectives on environmental justice (3rd-floor Main Collection, E98.S67 D44 1996)
Please ask a librarian (via email, chat, phone 262.472.1032 or visit the Reference Desk) for assistance with finding materials.