The Global Humanities Institute on Climate Justice and Problems of Scale will occur at the University of Pretoria between July 29 and August 7, 2022. Virtual sessions will be held on July 30-31, August 1-2, and August 4-6.
The Institute is sponsored by the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes and funded by the Andrew Mellon Foundation. A limited number of positions are open for Early Career Scholars (untenured faculty, postdocs, and advanced graduate students) whose work engages climate justice and/or multiscalar analysis. Applications are requested as soon as possible. Please see the call for details: GHI Climate Justice 2022 CFP.
Questions about the Institute may be directed to: email@example.com – Pauline Strong, for the six organizing institutions (U of Texas, U of Pretoria, American University at Beirut, Arizona State U, Carnegie Mellon U, U of Sydney)
Pauline Turner Strong | PI, CHCI Global Humanities Institute on Climate Justice & Problems of Scale
Director, Humanities Institute | Professor, Anthropology | Faculty Affiliate, Native American and Indigenous Studies
College of Liberal Arts | University of Texas at Austin