Host Ken Hiltner interviews scholars and artists from across the humanities in order to understand how environmental issues are taken up in literature, art, music, history, religion, philosophy, theater, and a range of similar fields. Sponsored by the Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI) at Princeton University.
Interview with Religion and Ecology Professor Christopher Key Chapple07/03/2014 Duração: 21min
In this episode, the author of Nonviolence to Animals, Earth, and Self in Asian Traditions discusses religion and environment.
Interview with David Schlosberg, Professor of Environmental Politics20/12/2013 Duração: 36min
In this episode, the author of Environmental Justice and the New Pluralism and Defining Environmental Justice discusses environmental politics.
Interview with Political Science and Environmental Studies professor Kimberly K. Smith13/12/2013 Duração: 28min
In this episode, the author of African American Environmental Thought and Governing Animals discusses the intersection of political science and environmental issues.
Interview with Religion and Ecology Professor John Grim06/12/2013 Duração: 46min
In this episode, the co-editor of the ten-volume World Religions and Ecology discusses the intersection of religion and ecology.
Interview with Religion and Ecology Professor Mary Evelyn Tucker22/11/2013 Duração: 35min
In this episode, the coauthor of Journey of the Universe takes up questions relating to religion and ecology.
Interview with ecological literary critic Timothy Morton15/11/2013 Duração: 01h02min
In this episode, the author of Ecology Without Nature and The Ecological Thought discusses his own work and the field of ecocriticism.
Interview with ecological literary critic Cheryll Glotfelty08/11/2013 Duração: 58min
In this episode, the editor of the enormously influential Ecocriticism Reader discusses where the field has been and where it is going.
Introduction to the Environmental Humanities Podcast01/11/2013 Duração: 54min
In this inaugural episode, host Ken Hiltner introduces the environmental humanities.