Interrelating in the Anthropocene
Operating at the interface of the humanities: theology/religious studies, the social sciences, and biology, this project investigates the potential of cultural and religious imaginations, practices, and conceptualisations for reimagining human-nature relationships in the context of the Anthropocene. In a series of focused workshops (on human-plant relations; human-animal relations, and food practices), an interdisciplinary group of experts will come together to discuss how, why, or even if cultural and religious conceptualisations and practices matter for human-nature relationships in the Anthropocene.
- Prof. Peter-Ben Smit, Professor of Contextual Biblical Interpretation, Faculty of Religion and Theology
- Dr Kristine Steenbergh, Associate Professor of English Literature, Faculty of Humanities
- Prof. Jessica Vance Roitman, Professor of Jewish Studies, Faculty of Religion and Theology
- Dr Frans Kamsteeg, Associate Professor of Culture, Organisation and Management, Faculty of Social Sciences
- Dr Harry Wels, Associate Professor of Culture, Organisation and Management, Faculty of Social Sciences