Associate Partners

KTH Royal Institute of Technology

KTH Institute of Technology logoAbout KTH Royal Institute of Technology
The KTH Environmental Humanities Lab is a new initiative born within the Department of the History of Science, Technology and the Environment at the KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Its main aim is fostering research, training, and outreaching activities in the Environmental Humanities field.

The environmental humanities is currently one of the most dynamic fields in the human sciences. Their dynamism and energy are derived from the increasing demand on human and social knowledge to meet global challenges. The environmental humanities are characterized by a hybrid nature, combining skills, methods, and theories from several humanities disciplines – historical, aesthetic, visual, anthropological, etc. – with problems and issues of high relevance for society and informed by science and technology. The work in the EHL follows organically from previous work conducted in the Division on environment, energy, media, and technologies.

Their role in Entitle:
The EHL division led by Dr. Marco Armiero's offers a great opportunity to reinforce the humanities within ENTITLE. As associate partner EHL hosts ENTITLE students who want to reinforce their training in any field related to the environmental humanities, organizes workshops and conferences, contributes to Entitle courses and will co-organize together with the Universidade de Coimbra the Entitle Final Conference.

Address and phone:
Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment, KTH
Teknikringen 76
SE-100 44 Stockholm

+46 08 790 62 32

People involved:
Marco Armiero

Durham University

durham logo smallAbout Durham University:
Durham University, founded in 1832, is the 3rd oldest university in England. The University is currently ranked a top 5 UK university. The Department of Geography at Durham is one of the world’s leading centers of geographical scholarship. The Department teaches and conducts research across the discipline from Antarctica to Bangladesh, from spatial theory to flood modeling, and from GIS to the social economy.

Their role in Entitle:
Professor Gavin Bridge is a leading scholar in economic and environmental geography and is actively involved in the training and research dimension of the network. Mainly, as Entitle associate partner contributes to the development of collaborative research; mentors and supervises Entitle researchers and participates in the network Summer Schools.

Address and phone:
Durham University
Department of Geography
Lower Mountjoy
South Road, Durham

+ 44 191 3341800

People involved:
Gavin Bridge