Centre for Environmental Humanities
The Centre for Environmental Humanities is a group of scholars at the University of Bristol working on environmental issues from humanities perspectives.
The Centre recognises that entangled in the environmental issues that face the 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 for Environmental Humanities is a forum for sharing and developing expertise on humanity’s interactions with nature through history, literature, and lived experience.
The Centre's agenda follows three broad themes:
- The Anthropocene in global and local perspective;
- The natural environment and heritage;
- The climate crisis and natural disasters.
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