In this time of profound environmental transformation, humanities perspectives are urgently needed to help interpret and give meaning to the rapidly changing world around us. Humanities scholars have an opportunity to reshape how we think about environmental problems and “the environment” itself.  

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October 17, 2021
“Ancient Hawaiian fishponds fall at the nexus of culture, climate, sustainability, coastal restoration, politics, and safety. They are the oldest...
September 9, 2021
Yale Environmental Humanities is excited to welcome back students, faculty and other affiliates with a panel discussion centered on the concept of “...
August 30, 2021
Here’s the updated list of more than 50 undergraduate and 25 graduate/professional courses at Yale in the environmental humanities, broadly...