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The Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Network presents researchers within the humanities with a forum in which to engage with each other’s work, to share insights, and develop collaborative partnerships.
New Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Visiting Fellows for 2016-17

New Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Visiting Fellows for 2016-17

We’re delighted to announce our Environmental Humanities Visiting Fellows for 2016-17.

  • In the autumn term Dr Sarah Daw of the University of Exeter will be in Edinburgh to work on “Unknowing Nature: The Development of Ecological Thinking in American Science and Literature from 1945,” a comparative study of the language of ecology in American popular science writing, journalism and literature written after 1945, and the function of “unknowability” in twenty-first century ecology.


  • Dr Saskia Beudel, of the University of Sydney, will also join us over the autumn and winter. Dr Beudel’s project, “Science as Culture: Transgressing Disciplinary Boundaries 1850–2050,” will examine a history of interdisciplinary environmental research.


More details will follow soon!

For information about the Environmental Humanities visiting fellowships, see here.

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