The International Consortium of Environmental History Organizations has new information and posts on its website that may be of interest to ANZEHN members. This includes a short article by Australian environmental historian Libby Robin on “High-viz Futures: Art for Climate Change“.
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- CFP: “Can the Subaltern Speak” through the Environment? At the confluence of Environmental History and Subaltern Studies
- CFP: Southern Deserts – History, Change, and the Future A Humanities-Based Approach to the Deserts of Australia
- CFP: Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
- CFA: PhD position
- ICEHO website
- Book launch: The Magic Valley by Cameron Archer