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Annika Capelán at the CEH lunch seminar

2019.05.09 | Grants

Grant awarded to postdoc Annika Capelán for CEH-hosted research

Capelán will study the effect of wool on landscapes in Patagonia and Australia

Pierre du Plessis. Photo by Josh Kim.

2019.04.02 | Grants

DFF international postdoctoral grant awarded to Pierre du Plessis

The Independent Research Fund Denmark (Danmarks Frie Forskningsfond, DFF) has awarded Pierre du Plessis an international postdoctoral grant for his research project "Enacting Contested Landscapes: Dwelling, Conservation, and Prospecting in the Kalahari Desert".

2019.02.19 | Meeting

Attending the cross-disciplinary 'Biography of the Meuse' expert meeting in Maastricht

Joshua Cohen's, Postdoctoral Fellow at Department of Archaeology and Heritage Studies, comments on his attendance of the January 2019 meeting.

2018.06.17 | Events

Exhibition - The Greener Side of Grass

Created and curated by the CEH Student and Alumni Group. On display in Aarhus, Denmark from the 22/05/18 to the 28/06/2018.

2018.01.29 | News from the management

Felix Riede udnævnt til professor MSO

Arkæolog Felix Riede er udnævnt til professor MSO i miljøhumaniora med særlig fokus på fortidens klima og ekstreme hændelser.

2017.11.10 | Grants

Centre for Environmental Humanities receives International Network Programme grant

Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education supports the Aarhus-Cape Town Environmental Humanities Partnership with 272.197 DKK. These funds will strengthen collaborations between researchers in the Global North and Global South and support the next generations of environmental humanities scholars.

Heather Swanson

2017.06.15 | Grants

Centre for Environmental Humanities receives interdisciplinary network funding

The Centre for Environmental Humanities (CEH) has been awarded a total of DKK 274.135 by the Committee for Research and External Cooperation at Aarhus University to grow its scope and scale. This expansion will be led by CEH Deputy Director Heather Swanson.

2017.06.06 | Calls

Call for Papers – Interdisciplinary Workshop

Towards a History of Paleoclimatology: Changing roles and shifting scales in climate sciences. Universität Hamburg, Hamburg 6-7 Sept 2017

2017.01.26 | Calls

1st CfP: Archaeology in a changing climate

Call for Papers for session on 'Archaeology in a changing climate’ at European Archaeologists' Association

Heather Anne Swanson, Assistant Professor

2017.01.20 | Lecture/talk

CEH’s deputy director Heather Swanson gave an invited lecture

CEH’s deputy director Heather Swanson gave an invited lecture, titled “Caught in Comparisons: The Geopolitics of 
Salmon in Hokkaido, Japan” as a part of Heidelberg University’s Environmental Humanities Lecture Series. For more about the lecture series, see here