Didur is the PI of the inter-university research team, After the Anthropocene: Environmental Humanities in a Global Context (Concordia, McGill, UdeM, ULaval). This team of nine interdisciplinary researchers pursues humanities based approaches to the problem of environmental justice and the political, social, and economic inequalities that underpin the effects of anthropogenic climate change related to the history of globalization, colonialism, capitalism and militarism. Activities of the team in 2019 include a reading group, Thinking the Anthropocene.