We are offering a Masters in Environmental History!
It is now possible to apply for Trinity’s new M.Phil in Environmental History hosted by the School of Histories and Humanities. The programme gives students a firm understanding of the interplay of, and feedbacks between, nature and culture over time. The taught full- or part-time degree has a strong methodological focus, including training in digital humanities technologies, mixed (quantitative-qualitative) methods and innovative assessment design, supplemented by an optional self-financed field trip to Iceland. The purpose of this M.Phil programme is to train students in methods and themes that are directly relevant to the professional workplace at a time when there is an increasing awareness of the need to include the competencies and insights of the humanities in understanding and addressing environmental issues, not least climate change. Training in critical thinking and mixed methods research skills will open up students’ career perspectives in the public sector, media, private consultancies and NGOs, as well as being an excellent entry point for doctoral studies.
The new M.Phil will be in close affiliation with the Trinity Centre for Environmental Humanities, one of Ireland's leading research initiatives in the field of Environmental Humanities. Students will have access to fantastic resources in the form of high-end computing hardware and software, modules given by leading professors and researchers int he field, as well as academic and research support from team members.
Apply here to start in September 2020: https://www.tcd.ie/courses/postgraduate/az/course.php?id=DPTHH-EVHI-1F09
For further detail, please contact Dr. Katja Bruisch (BRUISCHK@tcd.ie).