Exploring Global Environmental Challenges in the Anthropocene
Identify. Explore. Demonstrate.
Rather than defining a single research agenda adequate to this inquiry, HfE has established six research ‘observatories’ –in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North America.Visit Observatories
The 2.0 website development team is led by Joni Adamson, Professor, Environmental Humanities, Arizona State University, in consultation with the Production and Design Team: Patricia Ferrante, website design, and Arina Melkozernova, Filming, Editing, Post-Production.
The development team included Joni Adamson of Arizona State University, David Phillips, Wake Forest University and Tyler Pruitt of Wake Forest University.
The website technical supervisor is Susan Poole Anderson, Arizona State University. The development team includes Sylvia Miller, Senior Program Manager at CHCI, Charles Travis, Research Fellow and Website Manager, HfE European Observatory, and Ray Parslow, Extrablack, Web Design Project Director, HfE Australia-Pacific Observatory.
Institute. for. Humanities. Research.
The Institute for Humanities Research (IHR) generates and supports transformative, transdisciplinary, collaborative, and socially engaged humanities scholarship that contributes to the analysis and resolution of the world’s many challenges. IHR scholars explore such issues and concepts as sustainability, human origins, immigration, and natural disasters and utilize historical, philosophical, and creative perspectives to achieve a deeper understanding of their causes, effects, and cultural meanings.
Consortium. of. Humanities. Centers. and. Institutes.
CHCI is currently comprised of over 180 member and affiliate organizations in 23 countries and 46 US states. CHCI members are engaged in a wide range of programs, including research support, public humanities programs, fellowship programs, activism and advocacy on issues of educational and cultural policy, digital humanities programs, partnerships with arts organizations, and the development and maintenance of research collections. Many CHCI members are powerful agents of growth, change, and transformative, interdisciplinary research on their campuses and within their communities. CHCI operations are based at the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University.