The Oslo School of Environmental Humanities (OSEH) aims to establish interdisciplinary courses in environmental humanities at both the Master’s and Bachelor’s level.
Courses at OSEH will be open to students from the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences who wish to deepen their understanding of the complex relationship between people and their environments.
We aim for our students to look beyond traditional academic confines and to acquire an interdisciplinary education that is appreciated by employers both inside and outside academia. Possible career paths include working in environmental research, in environmental governance and policy, or for environmental organizations.
Examples of courses taught in the environmental humanities
- SUM4030 Environmental Humanities
- HIS2170 – Climate & History – from the Little Ice Age to Global Warming