Author: Michael Hewson

Call for Chapters and Creative Artefacts

Friends/Colleagues, With our Call for Chapters and Creative Artefacts for 'Ceding Control: River Running Rights in Australian Environment Policy', the editors want to focus on Australian water environmental ethics and policy with a humanities lens (acknowledging the intersection with science is critical). Why Australian? Given the...

Book launch: Dreaming Ecology by Deborah Bird Rose

This manuscript left by the late Dr Deborah Bird Rose has been brought to publication by Dr Darrell Lewis and Dr Margaret Jolly. The launch will be held at the ANU on May 16. For launch and publication information, please follow this link. https://chl.anu.edu.au/event/book-launch-dreaming-ecology-nomadics-and-indigenous-ecological-knowledge-victoria-river...

Translating with the Earth: Gender, Feminism and Eco-Translation

We are inviting papers on the intersections of gender, feminism, translation and ecology for the inaugural special issue of Feminist Translation Studies (Routledge). More information can be found at: https://think.taylorandfrancis.com/special_issues/gender-feminism-eco-translation/...

CFP: Petrocultures24 / SOUTH

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: Biennial conference series Petrocultures is coming to Perth, Western Australia, 11-13 November 2024. Organised by members of the Energy Humanities Initiative at Curtin University, Petrocultures2024/SOUTH sees this international energy humanities community come to the southern hemisphere for the first time. Via the theme of...

CFP Educating For Societal Transitions (HERD special issue): June 30 2024

Please consider submitting a paper to our special issue "Educating for Societal Transitions" in the peer reviewed journal Higher Education, Research & Development (HERD). How is higher education evolving to catalyse societal transitions in times of complexity and change? Share your scholarly insights and innovations....

Greening Libraries Conference

The Australian Library and Information Association will be hosting its first ever Greening Libraries Conference on 22 November 2023. This online conference will feature critical research into climate action and present strategies and tools for the future. The program brings together a showcase of green initiatives...

Princeton University-High Meadows Environmental Insitute-Currie C. and Thomas A. Barron Visiting Professor in the Environment and Humanities

Princeton University High Meadows Environmental Institute Currie C. and Thomas A. Barron Visiting Professor in the Environment and Humanities Princeton University seeks to appoint a distinguished humanist whose work is related to the environment for the 2024-2025 academic year. The on-campus position will provide salary plus benefits for...

RMIT: PhD Scholarship in Environmental Humanities

This PhD Scholarship is part of an ARC Linkage Project Extinction Imaginaries: Mapping Affective Visual Cultures in Australasia (LP2201001) led by Emeritus Professor Linda Williams. The project investigates what animal extinction means to Australians. Australasia has the highest global extinction rates, yet despite the wide...

Research Assistant – ARC Linkage Project on Extinction Imaginaries

We are looking for a 0.5 Research Assistant with a background in the ENVIRONMENTAL HUMANITIES, to work at RMIT University in Melbourne on an ARC Linkage Project: Extinction Imaginaries: Mapping Affective Visual Cultures in Australasia https://rmit.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/RMIT_Careers/job/Melbourne/Research-Assistant_JR24752-1...