CENHS is pleased to announce the launch of a Twitter list gathering a wide range of humanists who study climate: the Climate Humanities list. This list broadly includes humanities scholars as well as humanistic social scientists, artists, architects, and others who research the cultural dimensions of climate change and climate action. Growing out of discussions on Twitter, we’ve started this project with the hopes of continuing to build networks and conversations across disciplines and fields around the theme of climate humanities. There are almost one hundred scholars currently on the list, which is only a jumping off point—now is when we ask for your help! If you know of a climate humanist on Twitter, or are one yourself, send us a DM or add them/yourself directly. And help us spread the word!
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