I just found a very interesting course “Water and Popular Culture”, created by Greg Pasternack from UCDavis. The videos are in the UCDAvis video library, but they were not in the right order, so it is hard to enjoy the course there.
I inserted the videos here in the order, with the exception of two parts number 6.

You can find more information about the course and the author.

Course Description:
Formal: Importance of water in many aspects of society as revealed through a survey of its depictions in film.
Informal: This class is about a student’s individual quest to find meaning in life through illumination about our own nature, how societies create meaningful events that influence people, and the role of nature, best exemplified by water, in forming the milieu within which people strive, struggle, achieve, or fail.

What Is This Course About?
Hal Niedzvieki Guest Lecture

ProjectThis position is part of an interdisciplinary research project between Psychology and Environmental Sciences. The levels of plastics in the environment are rising at an alarming pace and plastic pollution is recognized worldwide as a serious global environmental problem (UNEP 2016). This stresses the importance of preventing flows of plastics into the environment. Especially large […]


Two links were added to the link library: Japanese Society of Environmental Psychology (in Japanese) Japanese Journal of Environmental Psychology

The Department of Psychology announces a PhD position in Environmental Psychology for a period of 3 years, without teaching duties. This is an educational position that shall provide promising research recruits the opportunity for professional development through studies towards a PhD. The position is connected to the PhD-program at the Faculty of Social and Educational […]

A new link was added – to the Delft Institute of Positive Design. The Institute of Positive Design initiates and stimulates the development of knowledge that supports designers in their attempts to design for human flourishing. “Our approach is to explore how this available knowledge can be implemented in design processes. We aim to develop applied knowledge, […]

A new link was added – to the Psychology of Music journal. Psychology of Music (ISSN 0305-7356) is the journal of Sempre. Since January 2003, Psychology of Music has been published by Sage. Psychology of Music publishes peer-reviewed papers directed at increasing the scientific understanding of any psychological aspect of music. These include studies on listening, performing, […]

Another link for the link library – to the Architecture of Embodiment research environment from Berlin, Germany. The concept of the environment is as follows. Architecture of Embodiment is a research environment in which architecture is addressed from an enactivist perspective. The term architecture is understood here as the built environment in its most basic terms: structure, […]