Archived Experiments

  • covid X climate

    A collaborative public project between Prof. Anne Berg, PPEH graduate research fellow Knar Gavin, and PPEH faculty & staff to invite short responses to the question “What’s this pandemic got to do with climate change?”
  • Rights of Nature in Times of Conflict and Transition

    An undergraduate seminar taught by Assistant Professor Kristina Lyons (Anthropology & PPEH) considers how the recognition of "nature" as a victim of war may transform understandings of violence, and hence, approaches to constructing peace.
  • Documenting Climate Finance and University Endowment Investing

    A team of six PPEH public research interns working to make sense of the growing green economy and the world of climate finance by documenting the Wharton Business School’s Total Impact Portfolio Challenge (TIPC)
  • Environmental Storytelling and Virtual Reality

    A two-day festival exploring environmental research and virtual reality.
  • Teaching and Learning with Rising Waters

    A Conference of the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities at Perry World House and the Wolf Humanities Center
  • On-Water Intensive

    A ten-day immersive research seminar conducted in collaboration with Drexel University and the Academy of Natural Sciences
  • Date/Um

    Ecological Temporalities of the Lower Schuylkill River
  • Sink, Float, Spill, Flow

    Engaging Art + Science on Philadelphia’s Rivers
  • Data Refuge

    Building refuge for federal climate & environmental data
  • A Period of Animate Existence

    An experimental theater production from the creative team of 2017 PPEH Artists-in-Residence Troy Herion, Mimi Lien, and Dan Rothenberg