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Future directions

Congratulations on reaching the end of the course! We’ve enjoyed engaging with your discussion, creative interventions and other contributions. Thanks also for all your feedback — we will take it on board when we redevelop the course.

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

If you would like to speak with someone directly about further study options please email Judy Motion (Program Convenor, Environmental Humanities, UNSW) -

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This article is from the free online course:

Environmental Humanities: Remaking Nature

UNSW Sydney

Get a taste of this course

Find out what this course is like by previewing some of the course steps before you join:

  • What is nature?
    What is nature?

    In this video, Thom van Dooren explains why the conceptual framework of nature was never a good way of understanding the world around us.

  • Implication 2: nature and power
    Implication 2: nature and power

    In this video, Deborah Bird Rose describes how notions of the nature-culture division are intricately entangled with power in the form of colonisation

  • Liveliness of things
    Liveliness of things

    In this video, Stephen Muecke and Thom van Dooren discuss the liveliness and agency of the non-human world.

  • How to play the Game of Global Futures
    How to play the Game of Global Futures

    In this video, Eben Kirksey and Karin Bolender introduce The Game of Global Futures.

  • Mode 1: justice
    Mode 1: justice

    In this video, Paul Munro and Susie Pratt discuss environmental justice as a mode of restorying.

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