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Environmental Humanities Laboratory

Applying humanities and social science methods and theories to questions of environment, nature and climate and their representations in society and culture.

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The Division co-organizes ESEH 2025

We are happy to share that the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, co-organize the Europen Society for Environmental History conference in 2025 with the proposed theme Climate ...

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John Martin (1789-1854) ‘The Great Day of His Wrath’ c. 1853 (detail) Public domain

Centre of Anthropocene History at the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment

We are beyond proud to share the news that Sabine Höhler and the Division has been rewarded nearly 30 million Swedish kronor by VR (the Swedish Research Council) to establish a Centre of Excellence in...

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New PhD Course: Emotions, environment, and climate: Affects and the environmental humanities

Welcome to apply for a course that explores issues concerning sustainability through analysing the societal, political, and affective dimensions of the climate crisis. The course combines two lively r...

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Latest Publications

S. Sörlin,
" David Lowenthal’s Archipelagic Landscape of Learning ," in David Lowenthal’s Archipelagic and Transatlantic Landscapes : His Public and Scholarly Heritage, Kenneth R. Olwig Ed., Abingdon, Oxon & New York : Routledge, 2023, pp. 84-95.

N. Wormbs and M. Wolrath Söderberg,
" Thinking structures of climate delay: internal deliberations among Swedes with sustainable ambitions ," Environment, Development and Sustainability, 2023.

E. Fornale, M. Armiero and L. Odasso,
" Trust in disaster resilience ," Disaster Prevention and Management, vol. 32, no. 2, pp. 253-267, 2023.

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