The Environment and Infrastructure Research Hub is a group of scholars based at Concordia University in Montreal. Inspired by recent developments in environmental anthropology, human geography, sociology and science and technology studies, we’re concerned with the ways that the anthropocene confuses the distinction between humans and nature, between environment and infrastructure.

Since 2014 we have been hosting workshops and reading groups, including an international workshop in 2015 which will soon be published as a book. We’ll announce upcoming events here, and post working papers as these become available.

If you’d like to join us, or let us know about your work on these themes, please contact us.





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  1. Francisco Neira

    Hi. My name is Francisco Neira I’m biologist and a PhD candidate at Sherbrooke University. I’m ecuatorian and my research it’s concerned with ethnobiology. I wish to attend to your activities (reading groups, conferences, etc) and follow your work.



    1. Hi Francisco,
      Sorry for the delay in replying; we’ve been dormant for a little while. We may start up the working group again this winter as part of an ethnography lab here at Concordia. If you’re interested, and come into Montreal periodically, let me know by email and I’ll keep you informed.


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