Dr. Stephanie Kane studies water. As a professor in the School of Global and International Studies, she researches how humans interact with waterways and flooding and how they shape the development of our living spaces and economies. This semester, she’s teaching a class on the political ecology of the arctic circle. Dr. Kane looks at how animals and humans are adapting in a region that’s in a constant state of flux and environmental turmoil.
About our guest
Our guest for this episode was Dr. Stephanie Kane, a professor in the School of Global and International Studies who is currently teaching a class called “Arctic Encounters; Animals, Humans and Ships” as part of Themester 2018.
Animal / Human Podcast was made possible by:
Faculty guests: Stephanie Kane, Michael Wasserman, Jeanne Sept, Brandon Barker, Jonathon Crystal, Ivan Kreilkamp; hosts and editors Jonah Chester and Clay Catlin; Paul Gutjahr, associate dean for Arts and Humanities and Undergraduate Education; Tracy Bee, director of Academic Initiatives, College of Arts and Sciences; Themester 2018 Faculty Advisory Committee; The College of Arts + Sciences, Indiana University Bloomington.