The Environmental Humanities Laboratory is an initative at the
Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment.
The environmental humanities is currently one of the most dynamic fields in the human sciences. Their dynamism and energy are derived from the increasing demand on human and social knowledge to meet global challenges. The environmental humanities are characterised by a hybrid nature, combining skills, methods, and theories from several humanities disciplines – historical, aesthetic, visual, anthropological, etc. – with problems and issues of high relevance for society and informed by science and technology.
The work in the EHL follows organically from previous work conducted in the Division on environment, energy, media, and technologies.