Below the Surface: Maya Lin and “Becoming-With” Nature

This essay is adapted from an assignment in the Colby College course Environmental Humanities: Stories of Crisis and Resilience, taught by Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Environmental Humanities Christopher Walker.  Maya Lin’s Interrupted River: Penobscot

Artistas americanos contra el cambio climático

Clara Ortiz is an Argentinian artist who works with natural fibers. Her practice, which includes making her own dyes, references the life and memory of her people. She visited the Colby

Photo Essay: Paddling the Messalonskee

On September 15 and September 22, Colby College Director of Outdoor Education Ryan Linehan led two canoe trips on the Messalonskee River in conjunction with tours of the exhibition River

Brown Ash Endangerment and Indigenous Solutions

Brown ash trees, also known as black ash, are critically endangered throughout the state of Maine. The emerald ash borer (EAB), a parasitic beetle that has already killed ash trees