zum Inhalt springen

Multidisciplinary Environmental Studies in the Humanities (MESH)

MESH is a research hub addressing the social, cultural and ethical dimensions of global environmental change, together with its associated ecological, climate and health crises. Bringing the historical, philosophical, literary, linguistic and cultural anthropological expertise of the humanities into conversation with the natural and social sciences, MESH fosters research and knowledge exchange across three main areas of enquiry: decolonial cultural ecologies; multispecies conviviality; and disaster preparedness (for further information, see About).

New Publication | co-authored by MESH Co-Director Roman Bartosch | CUP

New Publication | by MESH’s Affiliated Researcher Natalie Dederichs | transcript

Project Launch | Just Futures? An Interdisciplinary Approach to Cultural Climate Models