Skip to content
Stories

ASA Sessions & Discussions

ASA is right around the corner! Check these panel sessions and discussions by our Northeastern University Attendees.

Kimberly Garrett

Paper: Cartographic Justice Pathways – Phil Brown, Northeastern University; Kira Mok, Northeastern University; Alissa Cordner, Whitman College; Laurel Schaider, Silent Spring Institute; Courtney Carignan, Michigan State University; Kimberly Garrett, Northeastern University

Session: Section on Science, Knowledge, and Technology: Environment, Knowledge and Technology; Saturday 8/19 8:00-9:30am

Alissa Cordner

Paper: Turf Wars: Corporate, Government, and Academic Entanglements in the Manufacture of Doubt over Artificial Turf Fields – Grace Poudrier, Northeastern University; Alissa Cordner, Whitman College; Phil Brown, Northeastern University; Alli Shinn, Whitman College; Jennifer Ohayon, Silent Spring Institute; Abigail Bline, Northeastern University; Alana Caluwe, Northeastern University

Session: Session on Environmental Sociology Roundtable: Land, Placemaking and Place Attachment; Saturday 8/19 2:00-3:00pm

Paper: Beyond Chemical-to-Chemical Replacements: GenX and Regrettable Substitution as a Social-Political Feat – Anna Allgeyer, Whitman College; Alissa Cordner, Whitman College; Phil Brown, Northeastern University; Lindsay Tallon, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences; Grace Poudrier, Northeastern University

Session: Session on Environmental Sociology Roundtable: The Production and Management of Environmental Risks; Saturday 8/19 2:00-3:00pm

Savannah Swinea

Savannah Swinea will be participating in an Open Refereed Roundtable Session at a table discussing “Exploring Perceptions and Attitudes Towards the Environment and Climate Change”.  Savannah will be at Table 9 in the Marriott Philadelphia Downtown, Floor Level 5, Grand Ballroom Salon F. Her session will take place on Saturday, August 19th from 8am-9:30am EST.

More Stories

Phil Brown Published New Paper in AJPH

03.15.2024

The largest body of water west of the Mississippi disappeared 130 years ago—now it’s back

02.08.2024

Julia Varshavsky, #HHITseries webinar

04.23.24
All Stories