Category Archives: reflection

Meandering Transect: a methodological experiment in environmental humanities

by Jesse Peterson Behind Linköping University, a stand of pine and oak emerge from the pastures and agricultural architectures of building and lands that hold goats, chickens, and horses. The boundary between this forest (if I can call it that) and fenced

Meandering Transect: a methodological experiment in environmental humanities

by Jesse Peterson Behind Linköping University, a stand of pine and oak emerge from the pastures and agricultural architectures of building and lands that hold goats, chickens, and horses. The boundary between this forest (if I can call it that) and fenced

Problematizing Anthropocentrism: open-ended reflections on the challenges and contributions of Environmental Humanities Methodologies for empirical research

by Maria Langa Environmental Humanities’ search for alternative methodologies tries to get away from our anthropocentric view of the world, as well as anglo-euro-centric or male-centric or any other perspectives that would seem to inevitably produce, reproduce and socialize a

Problematizing Anthropocentrism: open-ended reflections on the challenges and contributions of Environmental Humanities Methodologies for empirical research

by Maria Langa Environmental Humanities’ search for alternative methodologies tries to get away from our anthropocentric view of the world, as well as anglo-euro-centric or male-centric or any other perspectives that would seem to inevitably produce, reproduce and socialize a

What is the state of nature, today? A short meditation on science, faith and the question of foundationalism

by Daniel Andersson Ecology, it has often been noted, brings together many contradictory roots. As a discourse, it is often championed as an example of the sophisticated calculability of modern, natural science, yet it simultaneously has obvious affinities with romanticism,

What is the state of nature, today? A short meditation on science, faith and the question of foundationalism

by Daniel Andersson Ecology, it has often been noted, brings together many contradictory roots. As a discourse, it is often championed as an example of the sophisticated calculability of modern, natural science, yet it simultaneously has obvious affinities with romanticism,

Toxicity visualization exercise inspired by Mel Chen’s Toxic Animacies

by Justin Makii Get comfortable and close your eyes. Imagine you are in a pub, standing at the bar facing the bartender with nothing but a worn out slab of mahogany between you. Mel Chen is coming from 3 parts

Toxicity visualization exercise inspired by Mel Chen’s Toxic Animacies

by Justin Makii Get comfortable and close your eyes. Imagine you are in a pub, standing at the bar facing the bartender with nothing but a worn out slab of mahogany between you. Mel Chen is coming from 3 parts

A Few Words

This is the excerpt for your very first post.

A Few Words

This is the excerpt for your very first post.