The making of movements for environmental justice, their social protagonists and forms of mobilization - explained by the growth of social metabolism.
How was the fact-fiction distinction established? This seminar investigates the emergence of new conceptions of fact and fiction in the 18th century.
Nils Klim Prize
The 2023 Nils Klim prize is awarded to Danish literary researcher Simona Zetterberg-Nielsen for her research into the history of the Danish novel, its narrative structure and its fictionality.
The 2023 Holberg prize is awarded to Catalan scholar Joan Martinez-Alier for his ground-breaking research in ecological economics, political ecology and environmental justice.
The 2022 Holberg Prize is awarded to U.S. scholar Sheila Jasanoff for her pioneering research in the field of Science and Technology Studies.
Holberg Prize News
The Holberg Prize is offering scholarships for five PhD candidates in the Nordic countries to participate in a Masterclass with Professor Joan Martinez-Alier…
It was announced today that the 2022 Holberg Prize is awarded to Catalan scholar Joan Martinez-Alier for his research in ecological economics, political…
Nils Klim Prize News
A roundtable discussion on young researchers’ careers in the Nordic countries with perspectives from the social sciences and humanities.
The Nils Klim Prize is awarded annually to a scholar under the age of 35, for outstanding contributions to research in the humanities, social sciences, law or…