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Melbourne Environmental Humanities

Tom Bristow, Cameron Muir and Thom van Dooren at the launch of the University of Melbourne's environmental humanities hub.

It was fantastic to catch up with Thom van Dooren and Tom Bristow for two environmental humanities events in Melbourne. The first was the Plenary session at the CHASS conference in Melbourne, organised by Thom, titled ‘Agricultural Landscapes: Perspectives from the Environmental Humanities.’ The following day Thom and I gave papers at the launch of the University of Melbourne’s new environmental humanities research hub, EHMU.

Tom Bristow put together a blog post on the Centre for the History of Emotions website about our talks.