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Faculty Feature: Carlos Gray Santana

Carlos Gray Santana

Carlos Gray Santana is a philosopher of science and an EH affiliated faculty member. Carlos is a consulting conceptual engineer, meaning he helps scientists address conceptual issues in their fields. His research addresses key issues in the sciences, such as the Anthropocene, novel ecosystems, and science and democracy.

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Faculty Feature: Jeff Rose

Faculty Feature: Jeff Rose

Jeff Rose, Ph.D., is teaching the Environmental Humanities Program’s new Community Engaged Learning course during the Spring ’22 semester. Jeff is an assistant professor-lecturer in the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism and an affiliate faculty with the Global Change and Sustainability Center at the University of Utah. Prior to this position, he taught geography and environmental studies at Davidson College in North Carolina.

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Faculty Feature: Eric Robertson

Faculty Feature: Eric Robertson

Eric Robertson is the writing instructor for the Environmental Humanities Program in Spring 2022. He is also on the faculty of the Honors College at the University of Utah. He teaches the writing courses and helps develop the curriculum for the Ecology and Legacy minors. His research and published works are in queer ecology, exploring how nonprocreative bodies find themselves within social narratives and to what socio-biological ends queer bodies might become integral participants in human ecology. Eric is also an alumni of the Environmental Humanities Program!

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Faculty feature: Dr. Rachel Mason Dentinger

Faculty feature: Dr. Rachel Mason Dentinger

Dr. Rachel Mason Dentinger is recently appointed faculty in the Department of History and she is the current Environmental Humanities Research Professor for the 2021-2022 term. Her research is in the history of science, in particular co-evolutionary studies, and how we study the relationships between insects and plants.

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Faculty Feature: Katharina Gerstenberger

Faculty Feature: Katharina Gerstenberger

Katharina Gerstenberger is Professor of German in the Department of World Languages and Cultures at the University of Utah. She served as the interim director of the Environmental Humanities Program for the 2020-2021 academic year. She also served as department chair for World Languages and Culture from 2012-2018. Katharina was the 2019-2021 Environmental Humanities Research Professor, and she is currently a Virgil C. Aldrich Faculty Fellow with the Tanner Humanities Center. She is researching and working on a book about nuclear narratives.

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Last Updated: 8/21/21