HfE Series: Recrafting Environmental Communication in The Circumpolar North

Joni Adamson, Director for Humanities for the Environment North American Observatory on speed-writing as a tool for humanists at the 2018 HfE leadership conference in Sweden. Every year since the 2013 launch of the Humanities for the...

An Introduction to the idea and implications of the Anthropocene

“What are the novel implications of the Anthropocene? For a start, it forces us to rethink our usual temporal and spatial scales. It pushes us to think about the evolution of our planet back...

Thoughts of a marine ecologist on the first global Environmental Humanities summit

This past June, I was invited to an international Environmental Humanities summit as a board member of the Trinity Centre for Environmental Humanities (TCEH). I stepped in for the Centre’s director and founder Professor...

Introducing the HfE Observatories Blog Series

The HfE blog series will feature news about the researchers and projects of the Humanities for the Environment international network of Observatories (HfE).  Visit the Blog Series

The Latin American Observatory: Chullachaki’s Chakra and Environmental Education in the Amazon basin

This past July, Juan Carlos Galeano invited me to join him and other members of the HfE Latin American Observatory (LAO) to learn more about their current research and projects.  Launched in 2016, the...

The North American Observatory and ASU’s Environmental Humanities Initiative host Environmental Humanities workshop

In January 2018, over 40 participants from universities around the world gathered at Arizona State University for a workshop hosted by the North American Observatory and co-sponsored by ASU’s Environmental Humanities and the PLuS Alliance. The...