ENTANGLEMENTS: Iva Peša, “Understanding Environmentalism in Africa”

The Anthropocene presents itself as a turning point in human history: if current fossil fuel dependency is not reversed and if economic thought is not reconceptualised to question the logic of growth models, the earth’s future will be imperiled. Viewing the Anthropocene from the perspective of sub-Saharan Africa shows the need to ask different questions, which challenge the singular and universal nature of the Anthropocene.

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Over the summer the EHC has had a joint project with the stories-on–floods project of TMY in India. On Monday Petra van Dam talks with participants of the project about their stories which have been published recently.

Sonic Acts: OVEREXPOSED residency

Sonic Acts is proud to announce the continuation of the OVEREXPOSED residency programme. With this renewed open call, we invite applications from artists and researchers working across the fields of environmental humanities with a special focus on pollution and experimental art and media.

Call for Rachel Carson – Simone Veil Fellows 2022

The Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society and Project House Europe, both located at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, invite applications for their joint fellowship. The Rachel Carson Center (RCC) fosters innovative research and education in the environmental humanities and social sciences. Project House Europe (PHE) promotes cutting-edge research from around the world on the history of Europe during the 20th and 21st centuries.... Continue Reading →

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