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Unique Graduate Course on Understanding the Human Dimensions of Long-term Environmental Change: Transformations of Iceland from the Viking Era through the late Medieval Period (CE 850-1500)

5-15 June 2015

Understanding the Human Dimensions of Long-term Environmental Change: Transformations of Iceland from the Viking Era through the late Medieval Period (CE 850-1500)

An interdisciplinary course in the Environmental Humanities and Social Sciences Bárðardalur, Northern Iceland

Understanding the Human Dimensions of Long-term Environmental Change is an intensive ten-day summer course (7.5 ECTS*) for masters and doctoral students who wish to supplement their studies with a unique site-specific curriculum in the environmental humanities and social sciences. The course involves multiple excursions and lectures in the field and integrates perspectives, theories, case studies and methodologies from the following disciplines:

Literary Ecocriticism, Environmental History, Environmental Archeology, Environmental Anthropology, Integrated Digital & Environmental Humanities, Historical Ecology, Saga Studies, Palaeoecology

For more details, check out the pdfs below or go to the website: http://scn.akademia.is/summer-course2015.html

SCN NABO NIES Course June 2015 reduced

Application form 2015

Announcement Svartarkot summer course 2015