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Humanities Institute Colloquia & Symposia

NYBG is a venue for discussions by historians, authors, and other accomplished thinkers at the intersection of the plant world and the humanities. Here, see recordings of past events at the Garden.

Earth Day Documentary Premiere: Plants & People of Vanuatu

Celebrating Daffodils

Humanistic Uses of Herbaria

Botany, Race & Power: The History of Expeditions to Cuba

Rashad Bell & Nuala Caomhánach
Black Botany: The Nature of Black Experience

Lucian Freud's Paintings of Plants: From Symbolism to Truth

First Nations: Ethical Landscapes, Sacred Plants

Carolyn Finney: Black Faces, White Spaces: Christian Cooper, John Muir & (Re)claiming a Green World

Alley Creek Wetlands: A Floristic Quality Assessment

Beyond Barriers: Accessing Nature for People with Disabilities

Queering Botanical Science: A Discussion in Celebration of LGBTQ+ Pride Month

Implementing a Citywide Management Framework for New York City’s Wild Forests

Earth Day @ 50: Tools for 21st-Century Ecology

Botanies of Desire: Fragrance, Healing, and Sexual Attraction in the Amazon

Andrew W. Mellon Fellows Presentation

People, Plants, & Languages

Roberto Burle Marx: Innovation and Activism

Roberto Burle Marx—A Total Work of Art

2019 Research Fellows Presentations II

2019 Research Fellows Presentations I

Polynomials, Pictures, and Slaves

Threshold: Biodiversity, Climate, and Humanity at a Crossroads