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  • 1. CUNY Human Ecodynamics Research Center 2012 Open Workshop in Sustainability Science and EducationMonday October 15th 2012. CUNY Graduate Center (C level) 365 Fifth Ave NYC8:00-9:00 Set up of posters and space. Coffee service9:00-9:15 Welcome from CUNY Assoc Provost Henderson, HERC director Sophia Perdikaris Keynote Addresses9:15-9:45 Jago Cooper (Univ. College London) Archaeology for Sustainability9:45-10:15 Steven Hartman (NIES) Ecocriticism, Environmental History and the advent of Interdisciplinary Environmental Humanities10:15-10:45 Anna Evely (Project MAYA) Social Media for Sustainability10:45-11:15 Coffee break & poster session11:15-11:45 Ruth Maher and the CUNY/WPU students; International Sustainability Field School in Orkney 201211:45-12:45 Lunch & Posters Presentations12:45-1:00 Ally Keir (Orkney College) Coastal Archaeology, Heritage, and Education for Sustainability1:00-1:15 Ramona Harrison (CUNY) Early Globalization and Human Ecodynamics in Eyjafjord Iceland Andrea Torvinen, Grant Snitker and Rhian Stotts (ASU) Testing the Application of Adaptive Governance of1:15-1:30 Common Pool Resources:An Archaeological Perspective1:30-1:45 Frank Feeley (CUNY) Early "Industrial Scale" Fisheries at Gufuskálar Iceland1:45-2:00 Stefani Crabtree (Washington State U) Cognitive Webs and Long Term Sustainability2:00-2:15 Seth Brewington (CUNY) Sustainability and Resilience in the Norse North Atlantic: an Example from the Faroe Islands2:15-2:30 Norie Manigault (CUNY) Ceramics and Settlement at Seaview Barbuda2:30-2:45 Maggie Morrison, Dan McGovern et al. (Columbia TC) GPS+Camera Pilot Project Barbuda West Indies2:45-3:00 Konrad Smiarowski (CUNY) & Christian K Madsen (Copenhagen) Economics of Extinction in Norse Greenland3:00-3:15 Aaron Kendall (CUNY) Connections and Networks in N Atlantic Trade3:15-3:30 Megan Hicks (CUNY) Millennial Scale Sustainability around Lake Mývatn Iceland3:30-3:45 George Hambrecht (U Maryland) Roots of the Anthropocene3:45-4:00 Jacob Freeman (ASU) Mutual feedback between resource base and foraging decisions on the evolution of hunter-gatherer societies4:00-5:00 Coffee break & poster session5:00-5:30 pack up posters and cleaning