Introducing OSEH Visiting Scholar: Oscar Hartman Davies
We are very happy to announce that Oscar Hartman Davies will join the Oslo School of Environmental Humanities as a visiting scholar in the next few months! He is currently working towards his PhD at the School of Geography and the Environment, at University of Oxford, England.
Introducing OSEH Visiting Scholar: Lena Pfeifer
Oslo School of Environmental Humanities is excited to welcome Lena Pfeifer as a visiting scholar! She is a doctoral research fellow at the Department for American Studies at the University of Würzburg.
Akerselva Field Excursion: Honours Certificate Students
On 2 April, the students in the Honours Certificate in Environmental Humanities and Sciences (EHS) walked along Akerselva and participated in a soundwalk along the river as part of the second excursion this semester.
Thinking with Deborah Bird Rose
The anthropologist Deborah Bird Rose was one of the founding and most significant figures in the emergence of the environmental humanities. In April Thom van Dooren and Matthew Chrulew publish an edited collection: Kin: Thinking with Deborah Bird Rose to keep Debbie’s work alive and moving in the world.
PhD Researcher School: Situated Research - Exploring Place and Time Through the Environmental Humanities
7. juni 2022–10. juni 2022, Oslo, Norway