H-Envirohealth, the H-Net network dedicated to the study of of health, medicine, and the environment, has been launched at https://networks.h-net.org/h-envirohealth

H-Envirohealth is the creation of the History of Environment and Health Network, begun at the 2015 meetings of the American Society for Environmental History (ASEH) and the American Association for the History of Medicine (AAHM).

The network is currently featuring a short essay by Dawn Biehler on ‘The spike in black lung disease and the nexus of regulation, resource depletion, economic change, and culture in occupational environments’.

Consult this document for instructions about how to join the network. Please share this message across your own networks, both academic and more broadly, and join the conversation.

Image: Museomed, Miner’s lung with silicosis and tuberculosis