All scholars work with concepts, both analytical and hermeneutical, both emic and etic. But do we always know what they are and how they operate?
In this talk, professor Kyrre Kverndokk will present some of the main results from the research project: “The Future is now: Temporality and exemplarity in climate change discourses”.
Can monstrous plants help human beings imagine and transform themselves into more sustainable creatures? In this talk, Dr. Astrid Møller-Olsen analyses fictional plant-human hybrids that question the nature-culture dichotomy and explore alternative paths to understanding the planet as a cross-species environment.
A PhD can only be written one paragraph, one section at the time. But you also need to think about the whole, the totality – the totality of your material, the totality of your chapters, even the totality of pages
How do different universities engage with the question of what "environmental humanities" should entail? Daniel Andrew Finch-Race, associate professor at the Ca' Foscari University of Venice, and his colleagues offer their perspectives on their methods and topics.