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The Green Hour

Thursday - Thursday

October 26 - February 8
12:00 AM

The Green Hour will be continued in the winter semester 2023/2024!

After the exciting and enriching discussions during the last semester, we are again pleased to be able to offer the Green Hour, a series of brown bag lunch sessions  featuring current research in the Environmental Humanities, this year at the Environmental Science Centre (WZU) at the University of Augsburg. Invited guests are scholars from the University of Augsburg, some of them associated with the IDK Re-Thinking Environment, and international guests from the humanities and social sciences who are working on environmental topics. The one-hour event takes place on eight Thursdays during the semester and is open to the public.

You are welcome to bring a small lunch with you
Coffee, tea, and water will be provided for.

Organized by Prof. Dr. Simone Müller (Environmental History), Prof. Dr. Matthias Schmidt (Human Geography), PD Dr. Kirsten Twelbeck (American Studies, WZU)

Dates: October 26, November 09 & 23, December 07 & 21, January 11 & 25, February 08
Location: WZU, Room 101 (Building U), Universitätsstr. 1a (innocube)
Time: 12:00 – 13:00

You can find the full program here.