What has history to do with the climate and biodiversity crisis? How should historical practice change in light of these crises? How can we walk the talk of sustainability on a daily basis in our working environments? How can we interpret the concept of sustainability within the academic sphere and widen its scope? How can we build more sustainable careers?
In short, how can we practice sustainable history?
In this blog series on Sustainable Academia in cooperation with Historians for Future, contributors reflect on the conditions of historians in Europe and beyond (especially those in early career stages), introduce visions for the field, and suggest concrete action in order to build more inclusive and supportive academic environments.
- The Dilemma of Research Assistance August 19, 2022
- On Academic Work and Sustaining People July 22, 2022
- NEXTGATe at ESEH 2022 June 30, 2022
- The Ways We Work: Extractivism in the University May 17, 2022
- On Sustainability and Solidarity March 25, 2022
- Sustainable Academia: Marianna Dudley on university strike action in the age of climate change (Part 2) February 25, 2022
- Sustainable Academia: Marianna Dudley on university strike action in the age of climate change (Part 1) February 18, 2022
- Diagnosis of a Planetary Condition January 14, 2022
- For future historians or historians for the future? January 7, 2022
- Online conferences won’t do it. Instead of ‘sustainable’ academic history, we need engaged historians working less and collaborating with activists. November 19, 2021
- What does home look like now? The Marshes of Mesopotamia and sustainable academia October 8, 2021