Environmental Humanities is an international, open-access journal that aims to invigorate current interdisciplinary research on the environment.
Engaging video shorts in which academics offer concise definitions in the open-ended spirit of Raymond Williams to key contemporary terms from Animal and Anthropocene to War and Water.
The aim of the Humanities for the Environment Observatories is to identify, explore, and demonstrate the contributions that humanistic and artistic disciplines can make to understanding, engaging with, and addressing global environmental challenges.
The Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society (RCC) is an international, interdisciplinary center for research and education in the environmental humanities and social sciences.
The Environmental Humanities Laboratory is an initative at the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment of Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
The Center for Creative Ecologies provides a place to consider the intersection of culture and environment.
A centre for environmental humanities research working across the nature-culture divide for creative activity related to solving today’s pressing environmental problems.
Draws together conservation biologists, geographers, anthropologists, philosophers, historians, literary critics, creative writers, film-makers, and visual and performance artists, in pursuit of new insights and creative responses in the face of deepening socio-environmental concerns and crises.
The EHP seeks to link scholarship in the humanities with the work of writers and artists, and with research in the social and natural sciences.
Brings together a diverse network from sciences to the humanities working to understand how today’s environmental issues connect to long histories of human development and our imagination of the natural world.
Understands the current environmental crisis as constituted by a range of diverse but mutually-reinforcing political, economic, philosophical, ethical, relational, and spiritual crises, and seeks a humanities-led response.