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Oslo School of Environmental Humanities welcomes Tirza Meyer as a Visiting Scholar! Meyer joined OSEH in May 2020 and will stay until the end of this year. Her project Humanoid Oceans or an Ocean of Humanoids? examines the rise of autonomous underwater vehicles and explores the ambiguities that they bring with them.
LiVE is a research project providing a historically informed comparative ethnography of contemporary vulture conservation in changing European landscapes. The project has been granted funding from the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions Individual Fellowships.
How to better understand predicaments of environmental uncertainty? Felix Riede, Professor of Climate Change Archaeology and Environmental Humanities and OSEH Professor II, presents the 'palaeoenvironmental humanities' and its prospects to open up new interpretive and comparative terrain for the examination of human-climate relations.
Peder Anker, professor of history, shares thoughts on the PhD course "Environmental and Climate History: The Role of History in Society” that took place at the University of Oslo in December 2019.
The Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History invites you to a two day research workshop entitled: Entangled Diasporas: Israel and Palestine in Transnational Perspective.
How can a history of the Anthropocene be written, if not as a history of entanglements? The Lifetimes project sets out to discover these entanglements.
Archaeology at the Nunalleq Site, Quinhagak, Alaska. A talk by Anna Mossolova on the mask making tradition of Yup’ik people in southwest Alaska over time.
Nathalia Sofie Brichet (Aarhus) will give a talk titled "The Discovery of Greenlandic Rubies".
In Orkney, the sea is gradually reshaping the islands through erosion. Richard Irvine (Open University, Orkney) considers erosion as revelation and destruction, and explores how the arrival of Uranium on Orkney’s shores around 400 million years ago seeps into everyday life and reshapes identity.