Ideas & Images
Ideas & Images: Scholars and Artists in Residence
The Flagler College Ideas & Images series offers lectures and readings from a variety of renowned scholars, artists, and authors.
Location information - All lectures below will be held in the Lewis Auditorium at 7 p.m.
Lectures are free and open to the public.
2016 - 2017 Schedule
NEXT 50 YEARS: Dialogue for a Global Future Business, Education, Heritage, Science, Technology
Brochure: Next 50 Years
|Tuesday, November 15, 2016|
David E. Guggenheim, Ph.D.
President, Ocean Doctor and
Director, Cuban Conservancy
“A Living Time Machine: Cuba’s Remarkable Ocean Ecosystems and the Hope They Offer Florida and the World”
|Tuesday, November 15, 2016|
Mary Werner DeNadai, FAIA
John Milner Architects, Inc.
Chadds Ford, PA
“Hemingway in Havana”
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Allen White, Ph.D.
Vice President, Corporate Redesign, Tellus Institute
Co-Founder, Global Reporting Initiative
Co-Founder, Director, Corporation 2020
“Business as a Force for Good”
|Thursday, February 9, 2017|
Chief, Technical Preservation Services
National Park Service
“Preserving our Built Heritage in the 21st Century: Addressing Contemporary Challenges”
|Wednesday, March 22, 2017|
Paul Sutter, Ph. D.
2016 Carson Fellow, Rachel Carson Center for Environment & Society
Professor of History
University of Colorado – Boulder
“Automobiles, National Parks, and the Origins of Modern Wilderness Advocacy”
Previous Ideas & Images Events
- Summer 2016
July 18-22, 2016
MMM4 Mangrove & Macrobenthos Meeting
St. Augustine sits right at the edge of the northern limit of mangroves in Florida with climate change allowing them to expand further and further northward. This is a major topic of research from many mangrove ecologists around the world, include many scientists in Florida.
Host Site: Flagler College
Conference Director: Ilka C. Feller, Ph.D., Insect Ecologist
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Todd Osborne, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Biogeochemistry
The Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience, University of Florida, St. Augustine
Confirmed Partners: United States Geological Survey, Florida Atlantic University, Coastal Resources Group
Dr. Feller and others will make public presentations during the conference as part of the community relations initiative.
NOTE: Dates and presentation topics are subject to change
July 20, 2016
Dr. Ilka C. (Candy) Feller, scientist with the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, will discuss effects of climate change on St. Augustine flora.
7 p.m. Flagler Room
- Spring 2016
Tuesday, January 26, 2016
“Our Coastal Heritage: Communities Tackling Rising Seas”
Brenda Ekwurzel, Ph.D., Senior Climate Scientist, Climate & Energy Program, Union of Concerned Scientists
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
“Planning for Resilience to Sea Level Rise in the Matanzas Basin”
Kathryn Frank, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Florida
Tuesday, March 15, 2016
“The Importance of the Past in Responding to Climate Change”
Marcy Rockman, Ph.D., Climate Change Adaptation Coordinator for Cultural Resources, National Park Service
Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Climate Change and Cultural Resources Panel (Title TBD)
“Weather it Together: Protecting our Historic Seaport”
Lisa Craig, Planner, Chief of Historic Preservation, City of Annapolis
“Planning for Cultural Resource Climate Change Impacts”
Adrienne Burke, J.D., Community Development Director, City of Fernandina Beach, Florida
“Sea Level Rise and Local Government Responses: Lessons from the Florida Keys”
Jason Evans, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Environmental Science, Stetson University
- Fall 2015
Tuesday, September 22, 2015
“Rising Seas: Historical Context and Cultural Impact"
John Englander, Founder, Rising Seas Group and former CEO, The Cousteau Society
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
"Shifting Baselines: Archaeological Insights into Florida's Biodiversity, Climate Variability, and Sea Level Rise"
Lee Ann Newsroom, Ph.D., John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Fellow and Associate Professor of Anthropology, The Pennsylvania State University
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
“Climate Change: A Mid-Ocean Perspective from Bermuda”
Struan R. (Robbie) Smith, Ph.D., Curator, Natural History Museum, Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo