Katharina Gerstenberg, Current Environmental Humanities Research Professor (2019-2021)
Grounded in the interdisciplinarity of Environmental Humanities, Professor Gerstenberger's work looks at non-scientific responses to pressing environmental issues that neither predict doom nor express denial.
Research Professorship Benefits:
- One course-release per year
- Annual research funding of $1,500
- A celebration of your research
- Engagement with the intellectual life of the EH community
The EH Research Professor is supported by generous funding from the Kendeda Fund. All tenured and tenure-track faculty members who wish to pursue environmental research from humanities perspectives are encouraged to apply. Our next application round will begin Sept. 2020.
Out of the Woods: Seeing Nature in the Every Day, winner of the Reading the West Book Award in Nonfiction for 2018 from the Mountain and Plains Independent Booksellers Association