Tag: envhist

Writing with Landscape—A Workshop with Laura Watts

By Martín Fonck, Saskia Brill & Noemi Quagliati “Stuff happens off camera, the pen only moves so fast, you can only sit in one chair, not all the chairs in all the room. This is good, honest objectivity because it has good, honest limits.… Continue Reading “Writing with Landscape—A Workshop with Laura Watts”

Stimmenspur: Sound Trails in the English Garden

By Vera Kovacs Have you ever burst into tears when a song came on the radio that reminded you of a loved one lost? Have you ever avoided going a certain route or into a room in your house where you once had a… Continue Reading “Stimmenspur: Sound Trails in the English Garden”

CfP: Religion in the Anthropocene: Challenges, Idolatries, Transformations

Fifth International Conference of the European Forum for the Study of Religion and Environment, 14–17 May 2015. The Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society is collaborating with the European Forum for the Study of Religion and the Environment (EFSRE) to bring you a conference on “Religion in… Continue Reading “CfP: Religion in the Anthropocene: Challenges, Idolatries, Transformations”

@TrapperBud and the History of Northern Canada

By Tina Adcock “Friday. Left Peace River Aug 30 1929 ran on sand bar, had to stay all night, rained to beat heck.” With this tweet, Derryl Murphy began to narrate a family history that would soon gain a much larger audience than tales… Continue Reading “@TrapperBud and the History of Northern Canada”