Archive: Arts & Culture

20 Articles

Arts & Culture
Claire Catenaccio
Spring 2022
What We're Reading

What We’re Reading: A Journal of Solitude

Georgetown Professor Claire Catenaccio reviews May Sarton's book A Journal of Solitude for Common. …

April 8, 2022

Arts & Culture
Marion Cassidy
Sam Cormier
Spring 2022

The Minds of Plants

Common Home editors cover Professor Patricia Vieria's project, The Mind of Plants, that brings together artists, researchers, and academics to reflect on the relationship between…

April 6, 2022

Arts & Culture
Biodiversity
Maya Snyder
Spring 2022
What We're Reading

What We’re Reading: Under a White Sky

Common Home editor Maya Snyder reviews Under a White Sky: The Nature of the Future by Elizabeth. …

March 30, 2022

Arts & Culture
Marion Cassidy
Spring 2022

A Field Trip to Okinawa

"Georgetown Professor Natsu Onoda Power seems to hold the secret to conducting Zoom theater. In her Spring 2021 show “Okinawa Field Trip,” she engaged a virtual audience with…

February 12, 2022

Arts & Culture
Maya Snyder
Spring 2022

Pens and Voices Gathered Round

On Earth Day, Georgetown invited journalists, artists, and activists to lead a series of roundtable discussions on topics ranging misinformation in the news to environmental…

February 12, 2022

Arts & Culture
Daniela Fernandez
Environmental Justice
Spring 2022

The Future of a Healthier Planet Begins with Us

Guest writer Daniela Fernandez COL '17, Founder and CEO of Sustainable Ocean Alliance, champions today's youth in the fight against climate change: "Together, we are abundantly…

February 9, 2022

Arts & Culture
Climate & Energy
Environmental Justice
Sadie Morris
Spring 2022

Burned Out on a Burning Planet

In "Burned Out on a Burning Planet," student editor, Sadie Morris, a self-described defunct activist, reflects on burnout in the climate. …

February 2, 2022

Arts & Culture
Biodiversity
Catherine Novelli
Spring 2021
Sustainability

Speaking the Wealth of Nature

Professor Catherine Novelli explains how the Wealth of Nature podcast series explores the intersection of business and.…

July 8, 2021

Arts & Culture
Environmental Justice
Interviews
Leslie Crutchfield
Peter Marra
Spring 2021
Uncategorized

From Grassroots to Gold: How to Organize Successful Movements

Why do some social movements succeed while other's don't? Author and Georgetown professor Leslie Crutchfield chats with Pete Marra on what history can teach us - for the…

July 8, 2021

Arts & Culture
Climate & Energy
Interviews
Lub Dub
Marion Cassidy
Spring 2021

Leading with Empathy

LubDub Theatre Company puts human emotions around the environment center…

July 8, 2021