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2023 Robertson Lecture

Cydney Seigerman, Ph.D. candidate in the Integrative Conservation & Anthropology program at the University of Georgia
Thursday, February 9, 2023
4:00-5:00 PM
Keene Theater East Quadrangle Map
Cydney K. Seigerman is a Ph.D. candidate in the Integrative Conservation & Anthropology program at the University of Georgia, where they work with Dr. Don Nelson and are a member of the Human Environmental Change Lab (HECL). Cydney is an NSF Graduate Research Fellow and a research scholar at the Cearense Meteorological and Water Resources Foundation (Funceme) in Ceará, Brazil.

Cydney's research incorporates methods from the critical social sciences, natural sciences, and theatre/performance studies to explore human-technology-environment relations. Their dissertation work explores how socionatural (i.e., interrelated sociopolitical, environmental, and technological) processes shape and are shaped by the lived experience of water insecurity and in Ceará, northeast Brazil.

Before pursuing their PhD, Cydney studied chemistry and Spanish language and literature at the University of Michigan, graduating from the Residential College and Honors College.They then relocated to Madrid, Spain, where they served as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant, studied acting at the theater school La Lavandería, and ran competitively.
Building: East Quadrangle
Event Type: Lecture / Discussion
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