Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Network
24th November, 10.30am Our next EEHN Reading Group will take place online on the 24th November at 10.30am UK Time. For this session, our ‘readings’...Continue Reading "Reading Group: “What Comes After Attention”"
21st November, 10.20am For our next EEHN Lab session we will be visiting Rising Tide: Art and Environment in Oceana at the National Museum of Scotland....Continue Reading "Lab session at ‘Rising Tide’ (National Museum Scotland)"
Join us on the 7th of November for a special EEHN PhD Lab professional development workshop, where we talk about building an online presence as...Continue Reading "Building an online presence: An EEHN PhD Lab Workshop (7th November)"
We are now entering the second year of running the PhD Lab, and we'd like to invite all interested PGR students to join us at...Continue Reading "First EEHN PhD Lab meeting of the new academic year (10th October)"
By Fani Apospori In a guest blog post, Fani Apospori explores the intersections of toxicity, gender, colonialism, and the environment through the lens of...Continue Reading "Reflections on ‘Resisting Toxic Climates: Gender, Colonialism, Environment’"
The Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Network PhD Lab were recently awarded a Student Experience Grant (University of Edinburgh) which supported a research retreat to Cove Park...Continue Reading "EEHN PhD Lab’s trip to Cove Park"
We're delighted to welcome Dr Kat Hill, of Birkbeck College, University London, as our Environmental Humanities Fellow for 2023. Her publications include the prize-winning book...Continue Reading "Welcome to Dr Kat Hill, new IASH EH Fellow!"
The BA Global Convening Programme aims to provide significant opportunities for researchers in the UK and internationally across the humanities and social sciences globally to...Continue Reading "EEHN member part of team awarded British Academy Global Convening Programme grant"