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2021.06.18 | Research news

CEH to host new Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow

With the research project "Wool Worked Worlds: Studying industrial landscapes through collaborative filmmaking"

2021.05.06 | People

The CEH welcomes virtual PhD fellow Joana Formosinho

Joana’s research centres around the concept of the holobiont.

'Fencing nature in' by Jodi Marr (Flickr, CC BY-NC 2.0)

2021.03.10 | Events

Owning Natures: Property, Ecology and Conservation

This series of CEH events will explore the relationships between ecologies and property regimes.

2021.03.02 | Research news

New Environmental Humanities Network

DFF/FKK-funded network titled “The Network for Global Justice and the Environmental Humanities: Transformative engagements between academia and civil society”

Image by Ivan Bandura/Unsplash

2021.02.24 | Course

New PhD course: Infrastructures and Global Perspectives

This PhD course explores anthropological approaches to the study of infrastructures and investigates connected, critical perspectives on the concept of the “global”, while putting it into conversation with thinking about ecology.

2020.09.10 | People

CEH welcomes visiting PhD Franziska Dahlmeier

Franziska is researching artificial ecologies and practices of care in botanic gardens

Konik horses at the Oostvaardersplassen rewilding project
Wild boar in Zurich
Hookworm (Necator Americanus) larva

2020.09.02 | Events

Virtual seminars this autumn

A series of CEH events in the coming term will explore contemporary conservation in Europe.

2020.08.19 | Course

New PhD Course: Water, Society, Ecology

From 24 September – 5 October 2020, CEH is teaching a PhD course with the University of Cape Town where students will take field trips to explore rivers and water infrastructure in their respective cities while collaborating online.

2020.05.07 | People

Visiting PhD student Samwel Ntapanta

Earlier this spring, CEH was happy to host Samwel Ntapanta, a visiting PhD student from the University of Oslo and a member of its “AnthroTox: Anthropology of Toxicity” research group. Because Samwel’s visit overlapped with the COVID-19 situation, many of you may have missed the opportunity to meet him. Samwell is currently writing an exciting…

2020.05.07 | People

CEH welcomes postdoc Line Marie Thorsen

We are pleased to announce that Line Marie Thorsen is a new recipient of an international post.doc grant from the Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF).

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