ENHANCE School in Public Environmental Humanities
Environmental Humanities (EHum) is a relatively new but rapidly expanding field that brings the cultural, historical and ethical dimensions of environmental issues into conversation with the sciences, public policy and the arts. The field has attracted several interdisciplinary research networks linking academic partners in Europe and elsewhere throughout the globe. We consider EHum as an arena where scholars from different disciplinary backgrounds can explore the possibilities of new constellations and assemblages of knowledge production for application to cross-cutting environmental, social, and cultural concerns.
Time: Mon 2017-10-02 - Fri 2017-10-06
Location: Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment
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