The Environmental Humanities Project
Stanford University’s Environmental Humanities Project provides a forum for an interdisciplinary approach to environmental issues.
The Performing Arts and Social Justice (PASJ) Major
“PASJ is only undergraduate program in the US that trains young artists to use their craft to help create a just society.” This page’s photo pictures a performance of MANALIVE: from incarceration to the flight of imagination created in part by Assistant Professor Amie Dowling.
Imagining America is a consortium of 89 colleges and universities, and their partners, that emphasizes the possibilities of humanities, arts, and design in promoting knowledge that contributes to the public good.
Scholar as Citizen
Scholar as Citizen is University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Professor William Cronon’s blog. On it he “reflects on the public practice of history and the ways in which academic scholarship in his chosen fields of history, geography, and environmental studies can offer useful perspectives on contemporary political debates.”
The Social Science Research Council
(SSRC) is “an independent nonprofit organization devoted to the advancement of social science research and scholarship.”