The PPEH Undergraduate Research Fellows Program, now in its fifth year, is still accepting applications from students across all of Penn’s Schools.
Floating Archives – a major floating public art installation by artist Jacob Rivkin in partnership with the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities – offers moving, animated projections of histori
Blog5/25/2018 – Exploring the Environments of Modernity is a seven part series featuring the scholarly participants of a symposium held earlier this year. Knar Gavin showcases her poem reflecting on the overall message of the event.
Blog5/21/2018 – A recap from the Philadelphia Science Festival’s Science Carnival, which brought hundreds of families, educators, and passersby in conversation with PPEH and Data Refuge fellows at the specially-designed “Is it Science or is it Art” booth on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Blog5/18/2018 – Exploring the Environments of Modernity is a seven part series featuring the scholarly participants of a symposium held earlier this year. Nicole Welk-Joerger gives an introduction to frame a discussion that will continue through the summer.