The network for environmental humanities at Gothenburg University (GUEHN) is a forum for scholars who share an interest in questions of meaning, value, ethics, and justice within contemporary environmental concerns. This emerging interdisciplinary field seeks to foster collaboration and discussion between researchers and society on this most urgent issue. Perspectives are drawn from disciplines such as environmental philosophy, environmental history, eco-criticism, human geography, cultural anthropology, and political ecology. We also link with writers, artists, photographers and designers as well as researchers within the social and natural sciences from across the university.
[28 Mar 2017]
[20 Mar 2017]
[27 Feb 2017]
29 Mar at 5:00 PM [Exhibition]
30 Mar at 6:00 PM [Open to the public]
3 Apr at 10:00 AM [Seminar]
Photograph by Björn Billing
GMV is a multidisciplinary platform for sustainable development and environmental research.
A set of goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all.
An organisation for students interested in the environmental humanities.
Listen to Poul Holm's 'Big Data, Big Questions - Humanities for the Environment'