Environmental anthropology research

Resources for Teaching Environmental Anthropology in Fearful and Inspiring Times

On this page we have curated presentations introducing some favourite and unusual teaching resources. Our hope is that these short talks will continue to foster conversations around some of the key dimensions of teaching environmental anthropology, and that they will inspire scholars, students, and activists for new activities in the classroom and beyond.

TEACHING ENVIRONMENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY WORKSHOP – AN ONLINE WORKSHOP ON GOALS, ETHICS AND RESOURCES. 20 APRIL – PROGRAMME AND ZOOM LINKS

In a time of profound anthropogenic environmental change and severe ecological crises, environmental anthropology is a key subject in helping us understand our shared world and futures. As scholars, practitioners and students, we want to hone our learning and teaching on these crucial themes and anchor them at the core of the anthropological endeavour. This

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Relevant Research

These blog posts specifically consists of original research from the academic environmental anthropology community. We welcome new research content, please feel free to get in touch with your work.

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