Below is a selection of flash project presentations, portal discussions and a more general Digital Environmental Humanities discussion from the DEH workshop that took place Sept. 7-8th in Montreal. Summaries of the workshop’s events can be found here (day 1) and here (day 2). Please click on a screenshot to view the video on YouTube.
Jim Clifford talking about his 'Digging into Data' project
Jaye Ellis talking about her projects concerning sustainable development and transnational law
Astrida Neimanis talking about her Thinking With Water and Deep Time projects
Jon Christensen talking about the Environmental Humanities Now website
Ursula Heise talking about her project titled "Where the Wild Things Used To Be"
Susie O'Brien talking about her project concerning resilience
Brett Buchanan talking about continental philosophy and the Thinking Extinction symposium
Adrian Ivakhiv talking about ecocinema studies
Lisa Quinn talking about the WLU Press Environmental Humanities series
Jill Didur talking about her Misguide to Himalayan Plants project
Cheryl Lousley talking about the culture of justice and the environment, as well as her Planet and Narration project
Cheryl Smeall talking about her project titled "Mapping the Republic of Letters"
Renee Sieber talking about GIS and her Participatory Geoweb project
Ismael Vaccaro talking about his projects about patrimonialization, a self-sufficient Indigenous community in Mexico and fisheries in East Africa
Jon Christensen and Ursula Heise discussing the Environmental Humanities as a discipline