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Examine ecological issues through art, literature, and philosophy

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Explore how culture and history shape environmental problems and solutions

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Build communities of regeneration and repair in disturbed ecologies

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Investigate the cultural politics of food consumption, distribution, and production

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Course Spotlights

Take courses like Politics of Nature, History of Food, Literature and the Modern Environmental Imagination, and more.

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Student Profiles

How our current students are integrating the environmental humanities into their degree programs.

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Our Alumni

Rochester graduates are taking their environmental humanities knowledge and making the world ever better.

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Multimedia Mixer

The Environmental Humanities Program hosts regular meetups at the Sage Art Center where students and faculty come together for an evening of eco-art, literary readings, and music performers.



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