Environmental Humanities – Human and non-human dimensions of the environment
The second seminar in the HT series on environmental humanities will take place on 9 June when David Larsson Heidenblad and Henrik Thorén will take on science and democracy in the Anthropocene as well as the question on how environmental humanities can make unique and valued contributions to sustainable development.
Students and staff at the Joint Faculties of Humanities and Theology are all welcome to join any or all seminars in the series.
The seminar series is a genuine attempt to mobilise the humanities and theology in Lund, which draws on and connects already well-established and on-going research on the environment. The researchers it presents and expects to take an interest in the seminars range from senior professors to the next generation of researchers and students with a profound interest in environmental humanities.