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Perspectives on Ecoculture

PhD-course suggestion: "Critiques and Practices of Sustainability"

In the spring semester of 2022 the multidisciplinary course "Critiques and Practices of Sustainability in Chilean-Swedish Ecocultures", which analyzes forms of connection with the environment elaborated in ecopoetry, ecofiction and ecocinema from Chile and Sweden. The course addresses critiques and practices of sustainability from an environmental humanities perspective combining ecocriticism, cultural studies, sustainability studies, and decolonial theories and practices. The course is international and PhD-students from Swedish as well as Chilean universities are eligible to apply.

The course is offered in a collaboration between NILAS (Romance Studies and Classics), Department of Philosophy and History at KTH and the Faculty of Arts, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, with funding from ACCESS/STINT.

The course is not a part of the Doctoral School in the Humanities.

The Doctoral School in the Humanities

The Faculty of Humanities at Stockholm University offers thematic studies and free-standing courses at doctoral level in the humanities. All courses are free of charge and open to all doctoral students at the faculty, as well as to doctoral students from other faculties and universities in Sweden and abroad. In practice, the courses are open to anyone who is admitted to studies on postgraduate level, regardless of their subject or university affiliation.

Who does what?

The Doctoral School in the Humanities is conducted in consulation with the Faculty Board of Humanities, The Faculty Board of Humanities’ Committee for Educational and Quality matters, the Research Officer and the Theme Coordinators. 

Older Research Schools

The Faculty of Humanities has financed three research schools between 2007-2011: the Research School of Aesthetics, the Research School of Studies in Cultural History, and the Special Doctoral Programme in Language and Linguistics (FoSprak).

Lars Nordgren

Lars Nordgren

Research Officer
Room: A237
Phone: +46 (0)8-16 22 13
E-mail: lars.nordgren@su.se

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