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MESH in the Media

Interview with Shumon T. Hussain

Interview with Shumon T. Hussain

Report on Shumon’s Env. Archaeology Research: Humans relied on beavers for food and their furs, but the animal may have played a larger role in our ancient past. Learn more about this human-animal relationship and how beavers inspired human behavior and culture. By Paige Madison, DISCOVER Magazine.
Yale Spotlights with Kate Rigby

Yale Spotlights with Kate Rigby

In this episode of Spotlights, we talk with Kate Rigby about her many contributions to environmental humanities and ecocriticism. Some of the topics we cover include her work with European Romanticism, decolonization, and the enduring legacy of the ecofeminist philosophy of Val Plumwood.
Interview with Roman Bartosch in Arte Documentary

Interview with Roman Bartosch in Arte Documentary

In the arte documentary “Das Phänomen Maja Lunde. Klimawandel als Bestseller” (German/French), Roman Bartosch, Eva Horn, Maja Lunde, Hans Joachim Schellnhuber and Pierre Schoentjes discuss functions and possibilities of literature in a changing world.
Interview with Roman Bartosch for WDR 5

Interview with Roman Bartosch for WDR 5

On the occasion of the launch of the TV series adaptation of German author Frank Schätzing's climate thriller Der Schwarm, Roman Bartosch was interviewed by WDR 5 about the potentials of fiction for communicating climate change (March 6, 2023). Listen to the full report here.
Interview with Roman Bartosch

Interview with Roman Bartosch

On January 30, 2023, the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger published an article on the narration of climate change, prompted by the publication of the science thriller Der Riss by German author Thilo Winter. Roman Bartosch commented on recent trends and narrative strategies in climate change literature.
Article about CCL in the Cologne University Magazine

Article about CCL in the Cologne University Magazine

The Cologne University Magazine printed an article about the project Climate Change Literacy and its interesting findings in the magazine supplement SCHULE in the third issue of 2022: Klimawandel im Roman: Was Climate Fiction leisten kann (written by A. Becker, Kölner Universitätsmagazin 3/22).
ZEIT Wissen 3 ½ Fragen with Kate Rigby

ZEIT Wissen 3 ½ Fragen with Kate Rigby

Kate Rigby was interviewed by ZEIT Wissen for the section “3 ½ Fragen” (3 ½ Questions) on November 24, 2022. Read the interview in DIE ZEIT print edition (48/2022) or in DIE ZEIT Wissen3 Newsletter.
Panel Discussion with Carolin Schwegler

Panel Discussion with Carolin Schwegler

On November 2, 2022, MESH postdoc Carolin Schwegler (Environmental Linguistics) has participated in a panel discussion on “Communicative Strategies and Framing in the Climate Discourse” at the Dahlem Humanities Center (Berlin Science Week 2022).
Roundtable discussion with Kate Rigby

Roundtable discussion with Kate Rigby

On April 18, 2022, Kate Rigby has participated in a roundtable discussion on Environmental Humanities by the University College London, hosted by Roxana Toloza Chacon. Listen to the whole discussion here.