Rehearsal footage of “Fascinating! Her Resilience” by Gina Ulysse, Associate Professor of Anthropology at Wesleyan University, and composer/turntablist Val-Inc, from Sunday, April 10, 2011 in Woodhead Lounge of Exley Science Center.

This work, about the significance of the word “resilience” in relation to the different narratives about Haiti in the post-earthquake cultural environment, will be performed at the Wesleyan Earth Day Celebration on Friday, April 22, 2011 at 8pm in Crowell Concert Hall.

The celebration will also feature students and faculty participating in the College of the Environment‘s inaugural think-tank on the topic “Vulnerability of Social, Economic and Natural Systems to Environmental Stress”. College of the Environment Director Barry Chernoff will introduce reports by Jeremy Isard (College of Social Studies), Dana Royer (Earth and Environmental Sciences), Phoebe Stonebraker (Biology) and Gary Yohe (Economics).

There will also be a performance of an excerpt of "Dear Mother Earth: An Environmental Oratorio" by composer Glenn McClure.

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