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Living on the Edge – Public Event, Canberra, 15 Oct 2023

Join us at the National Museum for a day of art, music, performance, storytelling and conversations exploring Australia’s remarkable river places and celebrating the launch of Living on the Edge: Caring for Australia’s Threatened Places. Through talks, walks and creative activities suited to all ages, learn about...

University of Edinburgh Environmental Humanities Visiting Research Fellowships

These Visiting Fellowships of between two and four months are intended to encourage outstanding interdisciplinary research, international scholarly collaboration, and networking activities of Visiting Research Fellows with a specific focus on the Environmental Humanities. Fellows will be expected to contribute to furthering the work of...

Sydney Horizon Fellowships: 40 MECR positions in climate change, health, and sustainability

These fellowships are intended to empower up to 40 of the world's best and brightest emerging academics to undertake innovative research that will build our understanding of, and resilience to climate change, improve health outcomes, and create a more sustainable world. Fellowship website: https://www.sydney.edu.au/research/research-funding/research-fellowships/sydney-horizon-fellowships.html Fellowship benefits Each...

PhD positions: Environmental histories of wetlands (Macquarie University)

Two HDR scholarships associated with Associate Professor Emily O'Gorman's ARC Future Fellowship project 'Protecting Global Wetlands, 1945 to the Present' have just been advertised. The closing date for applications is 13 January 2023. Scholarships are for domestic candidates. Further information on these HDR scholarships is available here: - Wetland...

Postdoc and three PhD positions: Anthropogenic Soils, University of Oslo

We are now advertising three PhD Fellowships and one Postdoctoral Fellowship (fully salaried, 3+1 year) as part of the multidisciplinary project: “Anthropogenic Soils: Recuperating Human-Soil Relationships on a Troubled Planet (SOILS)” – funded by the Norwegian Research Council (large-scale interdisciplinary Fellesløft project), based at the University...

Greenhouse Book Talks

Posted by Libby Robin. The Greenhouse Environmental Humanities Book Talk Series was started in March 2020 by Dolly and Finn Arne Jorgensen at the University of Stavanger, Norway, to keep the international community together during Covid times. It is now the low-carbon, go-to resource for the latest...

#Arts for Survival

Posted by Libby Robin. In 2018, I became a creative worker rather than an academic. I left my university position to take my scholarly skills to a wider audience. My interests broadly focus on the ‘environmental humanities’, an emerging response across many disciplines and the cultural...