Arts and Humanities

2021 Mar 02

A.R.T Behind the Scenes: The Circle of Becoming




Tony and Obie Award-winning playwright V (formerly Eve Ensler); Grammy and Golden Globe-nominated songwriter Justin Tranter; and Tony Award-winning actor, performer, and songwriter Idina Menzel share music and stories about the development of The Circle of Becoming, a wild new musical fairy tale about a teenage girl whose determination to save the planet endows her and her friends with powers they never knew they had, directed by Diane Paulus.... Read more about A.R.T Behind the Scenes: The Circle of Becoming

Roxanne Willis

Roxanne Willis

Beagle Environmental Fellow: 2006-2008
PhD American Studies, Yale University
Current Position: Therapist, Health and Healing Therapy

Roxanne Willis is a scholar of American environmental history and literature who used her fellowship to write a scholarly book intended to reach a broad non-scholarly audience: "Alaska and the American Environmental Imagination."... Read more about Roxanne Willis

Gillian Osborne

Gillian Osborne

Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2015-2017
PhD English, University of California, Berkeley
Current Position: Lecturer, Harvard Extension School and Senior Curriculum Specialist, Poetry in America

Gillian Osborne is a literary scholar whose research interests include American and Romantic literature, poetry and poetics, and the environmental humanities.... Read more about Gillian Osborne

Mathias Risse

Mathias Risse

Lucius N. Littauer Professor of Philosophy and Public Administration
Director of the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy
Co-Director of Graduate Studies at the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics

    Research Interests

    Risse's work primarily addresses questions of global justice ranging from human rights, inequality, taxation,...

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    Jemma Deer

    HUCE Environmental Fellow: 2018-2020
    PhD English, University of Sussex, United Kingdom
    Current Position: Researcher in Residence, Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society

    Jemma Deer works at the intersection of literary studies, deconstruction, and the environmental humanities. She is interested in the ways in which current ecological crises such as climate change, extinction, and biodiversity loss are working to transform the ways we understand the world and our place within it.... Read more about Jemma Deer