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CFP: 2019 “Flows: Second Annual Environmental History Workshop”

EHW 2019: Flows CFP – Flows: Second Annual...

CFP: 2019 ESEH graduate summer school

 Non-human agency in historical environments ...


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CFP: 2019 Sex and Nature 1800-2018

Sex and Nature, 1800-2018 10-11 June 2019 The University of Exeter, UK Keynote speakers: Greta LaFleur, Yale University, USA Astrida Neimanis, University of Sydney, Australia Artist in Residence: Amy Cutler, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK Since 2016...

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Call for Stories: The Rescue Project

The Rescue Project is Landcare Australia’s online storytelling site for anyone involved in saving, restoring and preserving habitat and native fauna. It’s also a partnership with UNSW as part of PhD research into citizen storytelling and explores storytelling about...

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CFP: 2019 The Social Life of the Sediment Balance

CALL FOR PAPERS The Social Life of the Sediment Balance: Combining Social and Geomorphic Approaches to River Systems and Deltas Workshop, 29-30 May 2019 Institute for International Studies, UC Berkeley Organized by the University of California Berkeley and Sciences Po...

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New volume of ENNZ now available!

A new volume of Environment and Nature in New Zealand is now available.  Contents: Vaughan Wood, “Editor’s Introduction”Michael Roche, “Charles Foweraker: forestry and ideas of sustainability at Canterbury University College (1925-1934)”Tom Brooking, “The State of...

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