Public Environmental Humanities

GRMN 544-401, ANTH 543-401, COML 562-401, ENVS 544-401, URBS 544-401

Bethany Wiggin

Wednesdays 2:00-5:00 PM

By necessity, work in environmental humanities spans academic disciplines. By design, it can also address and engage publics beyond traditional academic settings. This seminar explores best practices in public environmental humanities. Students receive close mentoring and build collaborative community to develop and execute cross-disciplinary, public engagement projects on the environment. This broadly interdisciplinary course is designed exclusively for minors in the environmental humanities and Fellows and Research Interns in the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities (PPEH) who hail from departments across Arts and Sciences as well as other schools at the university. 


Public Environmental Humanities course poster

Spring 2021