Centre for Environmental Humanities
Exploring human-environment interactions in time and place
The Centre for Environmental Humanities is a group of scholars at the University of Bristol working on environmental issues from humanities perspectives.
We recognise that entangled in the environmental issues that face our global community are matters of human behaviour, beliefs, values, and structures; and that critical approaches to human-environment interactions past, present and future, are essential.
The Centre supports and promotes Environmental Humanities work taking place at Bristol. We host public lectures and research seminars; build links with external partners; and connect with other groups, Centres and individuals working on EH issues around the world.
We are a thriving research community with members from all career stages, from postgraduate to professor.
Adrian Howkins: 'Placing the Past: The McMurdo Dry Valleys and the problem of geographical specificity in Antarctic history'
Wednesday 29 November, 5pm
Link Room 1, Arts Complex
Embattled Drylands: Tales of Human and Environmental Resilience
9 - 22 November 2017
Coexist Gallery, Hamilton House, Bristol
Debojyoti Das: 'People and Cyclones in the Bengal Delta'
Wednesday 11 October