Humanities research is concerned with human thought and experience within language, literature, philosophy, history, culture, and art - in the past and the present.
Research at the faculty is organized into six departments and a number of research centres.
The environmental crisis calls for transformation of numerous aspects of our lives – from societal organisation to individual practices.
Environmental humanities provide crucial knowledge about the structures of everyday lives and the resources needed to make human behavior sustainable.
HUM:Global - Global Humanities
HUM:Global intends to be the best possible partner and facilitator for exciting, groundbreaking, and highly relevant research on global processes and challenges at the Faculty of Humanities.
Our aim is to build bridges across departments and to the wider world to create new research, teaching, and public engagement.