Environmental Humanities: Reconfiguring Futures
A panel with Marco Amiero, Thom van Dooren, Marietta Radomska and Sue Reid, moderated by Astrida Neimanis.
Esmeralda och Draken
A children’s book
Esmeralda and the Dragon is a book (in Swedish) for children, and on children’s terms which addresses issues of sustainable development, Agenda 2030 and the UN Global Goals.
The Shit Project
An art walk bridging sewerage, river systems and human bodies
The Shit Project is a collaborative art and research project with seven artists from Fungus Kingdom’s studios in Gnesta and four researchers from Uppsala University who work with research on sewage, treatment plants and food waste in the project “Waste Work in the Sustainability Economy: Transforming Values of Biological Waste”.
Video of a Dinner Discussion
Environmential History and The Environmential Humanties
The Community Garden Festival will release a video about an environmental history and humanities dinner conversation. At the preimier event, on Friday 16:00 CET, you can view it here.
Environmental History and the Environmental Humanities:
A Dinner Discussion
A panel conversation and video screening with Stacy Alaimo, Jacqueline Fay, Mark Hersey, Christopher Morris, Ned Schaumberg, and Rajani Sudan. Inspired by the Seed Box festival theme of a Community Garden, we offer a video of a dinner conversation on the Environmental Humanities, from the varying perspectives of scholars of history and of literary and cultural studies.
Good bye and welcome to the next step!
Stay on after the Environmental Humanities Dinner Discussion for some final and first words. NB: starting time is approximate, depending on the lenght of the previous session. May start earlier.