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If this course has inspired you to consider further academic study in the field of Environmental Humanities check out the UNSW Australia website for more details. You might be interested in a range of courses offered by the Environmental Humanities Group at both undergraduate and post-graduate levels:

  • Bachelor of Arts (Major or Minor)
  • Bachelor of Arts & Business (Major or Minor)
  • Bachelor of Social Research and Policy (Major)
  • Bachelor of Economics (Major or Minor)
  • Honours
  • Masters of Environmental Management (MEM)
  • Masters by Research (MA)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (PhD).

Indicative areas of post-graduate research supervision include:

  • Environmental philosophy and ethics
  • Environmental history
  • Environmental politics
  • Science and technology studies
  • Social and ecological theory
  • Eco-criticism: environment and literature
  • Multispecies ethnography
  • Environmental anthropology
  • Animal studies
  • Environment and communication

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