Environmental humanities, landscape depiction and environmental portraiture
Professor of Visual Arts in the Lewis Center for the Arts
Jeffrey Whetstone is professor of Visual Arts in the Lewis Center for the Arts and a member of Princeton’s High Meadows Environmental Institute’s (HMEI) Associated Faculty. His research area includes the environmental humanities, where he is well-known for his representations of landscape and environmental portraiture. He has long photographed and written about the relationship between humans and nature. He is affiliated with HMEI’s Grand Challenges Program.