The Oslo School of Environmental Humanities aims to stimulate environmental research that asks innovative questions and seeks dialogue across disciplinary divides, and beyond academia.
A science-humanities-arts collaboratory on soil care in contaminated times. Anthropogenic Soils aims to start conversations around soils from multiple disciplinary perspectives.
Across the world, emergent technologies are being developed and put to work that replace, augment or transform existing ecological processes—creating new bionic natures, cyborg ecologies composed of organic and artificial elements. What happens to the idea of nature when nature becomes a cyborg?
What is the cultural impact of petroleum, and how might the aesthetics of oil be a factor holding back progress on a transition to alternative energy? Scholars of literature, media, rhetoric, musicology, theology, and political science are looking for answers to these questions.
- ClimateCultures: Socionatural entanglements in Little Ice Age Norway, 1500-1800
- CoFutures: Pathways to Possible Presents
- Dynamic Territory
- Living with Vultures in the Sixth Extinction
- Melting Glaciers, Sacred Landscapes and Mobile Technologies in a Changing Climate
- Relics of Nature: An Archaeology of Natural Heritage in the High North