The Greenhouse – Center for Environmental Humanities
An environmental humanities initiative at the University of Stavanger
The Greenhouse is a research center that draws together those with an interest in the environmental humanities.
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News from The Greenhouse
Do you want to research a PhD on museums and sustainability?
The Greenhouse Center for Environmental Humanities can help you develop your project.
Researching the unnoticed connections between petroculture and cultural heritage
Professor Dolly Jørgensen has won funding to research the links between cultural heritage and petrocultures and their co...
Combining art and science in a film project on the ethical challenges of the Green Transition
The artist Hans Baumann has received a Fulbright-scholarship to spend four months at the University of Stavanger working...
PhD-course: Anthropocene, Bildung and Education
1 & 15 November 2023 digital; 6-8 December 2023 in Stavanger, Norway
Indigenous stories, and the weather in Calcutta: Two new Marie Curie postdoctoral fellows at The Greenhouse
The EU Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowships (MSCA) are an attractive and prestigious mobility award that give r...
The Greenhouse Green Transitions Fellows Blog
Reflections from the Green Transitions Fellows at The Greenhouse 2022
New research centre at UiS: The Greenhouse
The Greenhouse was established as a research group in 2017 and quickly distinguished itself worldwide as a leading prof...
Greenhouse Green Transitions Fellows 2022
In the fall of 2022, University of Stavanger welcomed 12 guest researchers and artists from across the world to engage w...
AtHOME: Histories of animals, technological infrastructure, and making more-than-human homes in the modern age
How can we understand animals as being at home with human-built infrastructure?
Radioactive Waste Spatialities, Materialities and Societies in the Nordic Region, 1960s to 1990s
Back to Blood: Pursuing a future from the Norse Past
Why are Vikings and the Norse past increasingly popular?
The Norwegian Researcher School in Environmental Humanities (NoRS-EH)
NoRS-EH is an interdisciplinary initiative that aims to reinforce and strengthen the contribution of Norwegian humaniti...