One of our board members, Kristine Steenbergh, will be teaching a masterclass on the role of literature in reshaping human-nature relations. The masterclass is in De Nieuwe Liefde on Sunday 30 October, and is in Dutch.
ENTANGLEMENTS: Elmas Deniz on investigating human-nature relations in art
We are excited to welcome Turkish visual artist Elmas Deniz to our Entanglements Series on 20 May. Deniz' concept-driven works investigate the points of entanglement between economics and nature, focusing on the human-nature relationship, the idea of nature throughout history, and ecological concerns.
ENTANGLEMENTS: Jane Bennett, “Out for a Walk in the Middle Voice”
We are thrilled to welcome professor Jane Bennett into our Entanglements lecture series! In her lecture, she will explore the radical entanglement of human and nonhuman activities, and ask what lexicon is able to acknowledge a trans-specied kind of agency.
ENTANGLEMENTS: Online lecture series
An overview of upcoming lectures in our online "Entanglements" series, with an archive of past lectures.
ENTANGLEMENTS, a new online event series by the Environmental Humanities Center
Beginning in December 2020 and running until summer 2021, the Environmental Humanities Center presents a series of webinars with scholars from environmental humanities and beyond. Click to learn more!
How the poor treatment of factory-farmed chickens makes pandemics more likely
In a blog post for the Rachel Carson Center, student board member Sadie E. Hale asks us to consider what the miserable lives of intensively-reared broiler chickens can add to our understanding of global entanglements and pandemics like COVID-19.