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Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society

Green Visions Film Series

The Rachel Carson Center hosts the Green Visions Film Series in cooperation with the Deutsches Museum and the Münchner Volkshochschule. The screenings of environmental documentaries from across the world are followed by discussions with directors, environmental experts, and film scholars.

This semester's lineup includes documentaries on superfood, honeybees, soil, and climate activism.

The full lineup can be accessed here

Academic Programs at the RCC

ESFinalProjectIn this winter semester, the RCC welcomes 39 new Environmental Studies students and 10 new doctoral candidates in the Environment and Society program and in the new International Doctoral Program "Rethinking Environment." 

New Virtual Exhibition: Oceans in Three Paradoxes

Going to the depths of the ocean: the new virtual "Three Paradoxes: Knowing the Blue through the Humanities" by Helen M. Rozwadowski explores people's past and present interconnections with the sea.

Departing from the three pairings repository–mirror, bridge–moat, and destination–home, we are taken on a journey through cultural history to learn about the various meanings of the maritime realm through the work of anthropologists, literary scholars, and historians.  

Projects at the RCC

Alongside its graduate programs, the RCC hosts Researchers-in-Residence and other Externally Funded Projects—all contribute to the dynamic and multidisciplinary life of the center.

Visit our Research section to find out more about the projects, which cover topics from urban architecture to hazardous waste over climate politics and conservation humanities. 


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