CfP: Bellies, Bodies, Policey.

The Institutes of History at Tallinn and Tartu University and KAJAK (Estonian Centre for Environmental History) are organising, with, among others, funding from the ESEH, a conference entitled Bellies, Bodies, Policey. Embodied Environments between Catastrophes and Control to be held in Tallinn and Tartu from 10 September to 12 September 2014

The working language of […]

EASLCE/NIES Conference: Dates changed

The dates for the EASLCE/NIES conference “Framing Nature: Signs, Stories, and Ecologies of Meaning”, to be held in Tartu, Estonia, have been changed. The conference will now take place between 29 April and 3 May 2014.

This is also a reminder that the call for papers is still open until 1 October 2013. See the […]

CfP: From Fossil to Renewable Energies?

From Fossil to Renewable Energies? Energy Regimes, the Environment and International Relations, 1970s to Today International Conference, Bologna, May 2014

We invite to submit proposals for a one-day workshop on “from Fossil to Renewable Energies? Energy Regimes, the Environment and International Relations, 1970s to Today”.

The Workshop will take place in Bologna in May 2014 […]

CfP: EASLCE/NIES Conference 2014

Call for papers: “Framing Nature: Signs, Stories, and Ecologies of Meaning”

The European Association for the Study of Literature, Culture, and the Environment (EASLCE) biennial conference and the Nordic Network for Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies (NIES) IX conference

Hosted by the Department of Semiotics at the University of Tartu

Tartu, Estonia, April 22-26, 29 April – […]

GARDEN Project Colloquium

The GARDEN project (Guide on Archives Regarding ENvironmental history in Belgium, 18th-20th c.), the State Archives in Belgium and the PolleN-University of Namur (Center of Environmental History of Namur) are glad to announce the colloquium Archives, environmental history and sustainable development.

This colloquium will be held in State Archives in Mons(Belgium) on 27 May 2013. […]

CfP: Indigenous People and Nature Conservation

Extended deadline to 15 May 2013!

The conference Sámi Customary Rights in Modern Landscapes – Indigenous People and Nature Conservation at Luleå University of Technology, Sweden, will take place 28-30 August 2013.

For information on the program and the optional excursion in Laponia visit the Conference webpage.

Graduate seminar in Estonia: Time in environment

Intensive graduate seminar “Time in environment: methodological implications of narrating” 26-28 March 2013, Tallinn and Sagadi, Estonia

The course will be held in conjunction with the conference “Time in Environment and Environmental History” (25-26 March, Tallinn)

Organizer: Estonian Centre for Environmental History (KAJAK). In co-operation with the Estonian Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts […]

Forest history PhD course

Comparative forest histories of the global north. 15-19 April 2013 Umeå University, Sweden Credit 7,5 CTS

Deadline for applications: 31 January 2013.

This PhD course, taught by Professor Nancy Langston, offers students international and interdisciplinary perspectives on the history of boreal forests. We encourage students from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds to participate; the course […]

Course: Russian Culture in Baltic nature

The Center for Environmental and Technological History of the European University at St. Petersburg announces the educational project Russian Culture in Baltic Nature: intersection of history, landscape and heritage.

The Center annually teaches a distance education and summer session course that involves fascinating travel and lectures from experts in the field. The first course, […]

CfP: Time in Environment and Environmental History

From Instants to Eons: Time in Environment and Environmental History International Conference organized by the Centre for Environmental History in Estonia (KAJAK) Tallinn, 25-26 March 2013

Deadline for application: 20 December 2012

Environment and environmental history feature countless diverse and often hardly reconcilable time scales. While “time” is probably one of the least questioned […]