We are delighted to announce the inception of Just
Futures? An Interdisciplinary Approach to Cultural
a research project funded by the AHRC (UK), DFG
(Germany), and the FLF (Austria).
Over the next three years, the project will
investigate climate modelling beyond the scientific
focusing especially on how different kinds of texts
model climate futures and intergenerational justice.
Its findings will be disseminated via open-access
publications and a virtual exhibition.
This international project involves researchers from
the Universities of Cologne, Duisburg-Essen,
Klagenfurt, Leeds, and Sheffield.
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Narrative in Planning: A Practical Field Guide.
Hoydis, J,, Bartosch, R. Gurr, J.M. (2023)
Climate Change Literacy.
Key Elements in Environmental Humanities Series.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press [OA].
Buchenau, B., Gurr, J.M., Sulimma, M., eds. (2023)
City Scripts: Narratives of Postindustrial Urban
The Ohio State University Press [OA].
Schwegler, C. (2024)
Climate Imaginaries and the Construction of
Identity in Social Media.
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[Special Issue: Media Identities – multimodal and