This is an innovative interdisciplinary MA led by world-class environmental humanities scholars.
We bring arts, humanities and social science into critical conversation with ecology and conservation.
You’ll develop key skills for environmental scholarship, creativity, communication, and activism.
On this pioneering course you’ll acquire new research skills, as well as a more holistic understanding of environmental issues. You’ll address specific issues such as climate change and biodiversity loss, alongside broader ideas about human relationships with place, technology and the more-than-human world, drawing insights from across a wide range of disciplines and cultures.
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Current Students 2016-2017
Milo Newman, Beth Rhodes, Mariana Roccia