Campbell is a poet, essayist, and book printer who has written extensively about the polar regions and ice. In 2018 she was appointed UK’s Canal Laureate by the Canal & River Trust and The Poetry Society. Her two works of nonfiction are The Library of Ice (2017) and Fifty Words for Snow (2020). She received the Royal Geographical Society Ness Award 2020 and the Birgit Skiöld Award 2015, and is a former MarieClaire ‘Wonder Woman’.
The Bates College Philip J. Otis Committee invites you to attend The 25th Annual Otis Lecture, made possible by the Philip J. Otis ’95 Endowment Carolyn Finney,…
Winona LaDuke, economist, activist, and author, will deliver a talk titled: “The 7th Fire and a Just Transition: Indigenous People and the Next Economy” A book…
The annual Otis lecture is made possible by the Philip J. Otis ’95 Endowment.
Lecture and Discussion with Yemi Amu, co-founder of Oko Farm, Brooklyn NYC.
Maggie O’Shea: Intern, Sierra Club, Rocky Mt. Chapter
Nell Pearson: Historical Horticulture Intern, Plimoth Plantation
Lars Schuster: Intern, Fishpond
Elliot Wilson: La Plata Open Space Conservancy
“The Work Of Imagination In the Age of Catastrophe” 1/30/19
“On Rising: Exertion, Activism, and Art in the Age of Climate Change”
Ken Ilgunas walked 1,700 miles across North America, following the proposed route of the Keystone XL pipeline, from Hardisty, Alberta, to the Gulf Coast of Texas.…
“Devils in the Details: The Roles for Scientific Engagement in the Development of California’s Climate Policy”
Seventh Annual Otis Lecture – “Life in an Expanding Universe”
2001 Annual Phillip J. Otis Lecture “Coming Home to Eat”