The Oslo School of Environmental Humanities (OSEH) aims to facilitate innovative research on the global environmental and climate crisis that spans disciplinary divides.
By bringing together scholars from various disciplines and regional contexts, we aim to strengthen the position of the environmental humanities as a field of international significance and increasing relevance. Research at OSEH builds on the analytical and interpretive strength of the humanities and social sciences to contribute to public and academic debates on critical environmental issues.
- Airborne: Pollution, Climate Change and Visions of Sustainability in China
- Political Philosophy Looks to Antarctica
- Back to the Sustainable Future: Visions of Sustainability in the History of Design
- GreenMENA: Climate Change and Energy Transition in the Middle East
- Lifetimes: A Natural History of the Present
- Whales of Power
- Melting Glaciers, Sacred Landscapes and Mobile Technologies in a Changing Climate
- Geological Times: Geology and New Regimes of Historicity
- Biopolitics of Disability, Illness, and Animality (BIODIAL)
- Stories of Heritage
- Global Trout: Investigating environmental change through more-than human world systems