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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.

Professor Dolly Jorgenson, ‘New natures: Artificial reefs, oil structures, and fishy agency’ Wednesday, 29 May

Event date:  Wednesday 29 May Time:  13:00-14:00 Location:  IASH Seminar Room, first floor, 2 Hope Park Square, Edinburgh, EH8 9NW An IASH Work-in-Progress seminar, delivered by Professor Dolly Jørgesen (Environmental …

PG Masterclass on Multispecies Methods with Dr Sophie Chao (University of Sydney) 14 May

Multispecies Methods – Ontological Openings and Epistemic Challenges 14th May 2024, 10am-12pm, Dugald Stewart Building Rm1.17 Industrial processes are uncoupling life from death, diminishing death’s capacity to channel vitality back …

Joint SWINC-EEHN event, Eric Gidal 15 March 2024 Textual Ecologies: Information and Environment from Sir John Sinclair through Ian McHarg

Prof Eric Gidal of the University of Iowa will be giving a lecture in the department on Friday 15th March, jointly hosted by the Scottish Writing in the Nineteenth Century …


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