ESEH’s 8th biennial conference will be held in Versailles, France, on 30 June - 3 July 2015. The Call for Proposals is available and open.
EH Book Chat
Environmental Humanities Book Chat is a joint project by EASLCE and ESEH that brings together one scholar with a background in literary criticism and another who studies environmental history to discuss a book with wide relevance to both fields.
A collaboration of the Rachel Carson Center and the European Society for Environmental History, Arcadia is an online platform for the publication and sharing of short, illustrated environmental histories.
A constantly increasing list of publications by the members of the European Society for Environmental History.
Environment and History is an interdisciplinary journal which aims to bring scholars in the humanities and biological sciences closer together.