Global Humanities Projects
Global Humanities Affiliates
Global Humanities Partners
"The Archive of Hope and Caution" is a collection of stories and videos about frontline communities dealing with environmental justice and sustainability issues.
The “Coastal Conservatory: Listening for Coastal Futures” is an initiative of the University of Virginia that is integrating the arts and humanities into an investigation of how we might create new ways of experiencing, understanding, and ‘hearing’ the dynamics reshaping coasts.
"Dinner 2040" follows a community collaboration in Maricopa County, Arizona, charting and planning the "future of food” twenty years in the future.
Environmental Rephotography” is exploring how visually mapping time, change and experience through the practice of repeat photography can contribute to deeper understanding of environmental change.
"Life Overlooked" maps the relations of humans to other "overlooked" species.
The PLuS (Phoenix-London-Sydney) Alliance project is creating, enabling and deploying innovative research and education linkages across three globally-focused universities to contribute to a sustainable future by collaborating in the areas of sustainability, global health, social justice, technology and innovation.