During the Seeds and citizens festival, we could present some speed presentations of state-of-the-art research in the Environmental Humanities.

Now you have the chance to see them again:

Marco Armiero, Kungliga Tekniska Högskolan, Sweden: Undisciplining humanities! Five years of bridging academia and communities with the Environmental Humanities Laboratory.

Robert Boschman, Mount Royal University, Canada: The Lesson: The Traumas and Futures of Uranium City, Canada.

Camille Dungy, Colorado State University, USA: Black in Nature: an African American Ecopoetic.

Simon Pope, Goldsmiths University, United Kingdom: Discussion Island: exploring Toronto Island residents’ amphibiotic relationship to Lake Ontario through participatory art.

Daniel Andersson, Linköping University, Sweden: The Nature of Technology in an Era of Global Environmental Challenges.

Tina Gianquitto: Where can a plant take you?

Åsa Ståhl & Kristina Lindström, Linneaus & Malmö University, Sweden: Un/Making Matters.

Martin Hultman, Chalmers tekniska högskola, Sweden: Are we all climate change denialists?