About this collection

The VideoDictionary is a teaching tool developed by the KTH Environmental Humanities Laboratory. The full dictionary is available here: EHL VideoDictionary.

We envision the VideoDictionary as a teaching tool and hope that teachers and students from all over the world will find the various entries useful for their own specific purposes. Each scholar has agreed to talk for about 10 minutes. It is, of course, a big challenge to cover complex concepts in such a short time. But we believe that the effort is worthwhile, as it makes the VideoDictionary a manageable tool which can be easily integrated into a course without “occupying” it, a series of provocations and illuminations that start discussions rather than ending them. Produced by the KTH Environmental Humanities Laboratory at the Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment. (Source: KTH Environmental Humanities Laboratory)

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EHL VideoDictionary: Digital Humanities
Graf von Hardenberg, Wilko
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: Water
Neimanis, Astrida
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: Ecocriticism
Kneitz, Agnes
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: Environmental History
Worster, Donald
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: The Brundtland Report
Borowy, Iris
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: Evolutionary History
Russell, Edmund
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: Anthropocene
McNeill, John
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: Animal
Ritvo, Harriet
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: Biodiversity
Hughes, Donald
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: Landscape
Olwig, Kenneth
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: Migration and Climate change
Bettini, Giovanni
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: War
Tucker, Richard
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: Ocean
Holm, Poul
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: Recycling
Jørgensen, Finn Arne
25/08/2015
EHL VideoDictionary: Nuclear
Masco, Joseph
25/08/2015