On the 28th of April, The Environmental Humanities Reading Group will be reading sections from Alice Oswald’s book-length poem Dart, which maps the flow of the river Dart in Devon and the lives it touches.
Paul Hawken's book Drawdown is a revelation for anyone who cares about our environment and wants to feel responsible about the fate and future of ‘our’ planet earth. Curious? Read Sjoerd Kluiving's review here.
Maastricht University invites applicants for a 5 year postdoctoral position in the project “Moving Animals: A History of Science, Media and Policy in the Twentieth Century”
On the 21st of March, the workshop: Water (un)Safety and Concepts of Nature was held at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. This report reflects on this day as an opportunity for scholars of many different experience levels to exchange their knowledge about the (un)safety of water.
Through its annual Call for Fellows, Het Nieuwe Instituut’s Research Department acknowledges and gives visibility to research projects offering departures from established modes of thinking and practice. For this iteration of the Call for Fellows, the Research Department has selected the theme of BURN-OUT. Exhaustion on a Planetary Scale.