The European Society for Environmental History is soliciting nominations for our Society’s leadership positions to be elected at the Ordinary General Meeting (OGM) at the Biennial Conference in Berne, Switzerland, 22-26 August 2023.
Officers of the Board of the Society (for a two-year term, 2023-25):
- Vice-President (2 positions)
NB Current officers who have served one term only are eligible to accept nominations for re-election.
Financial Control Committee (2 positions) (for a two-year term, 2023-25)
NB Current members of the FCC who have served one term only are eligible to accept nominations for re-election.
Regional Representatives (RRs) (for a four-year term, 2023-27) for the following regions:
Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia
Czechia and Slovakia
German Speaking Countries
Great Britain and Ireland
NB Current RRs who have served one term only are eligible to accept nominations for re-election.
(New elections for RRs for the Society’s other regions will be held in 2025.)
The duties of these positions are outlined in the ESEH Constitution, which you can read online.
The Nominations Committee seeks the best possible equity between gender, region, seniority, and other considerations to ensure the Society’s elected officers represent the diversity of its members. (See ESEH Constitution, 13.4.7.)
Procedure for Nominations
All ESEH Members may suggest candidates, including themselves, to the Nominations Committee (nominations[at]eseh.org cc. david.moon[at]york.ac.uk) no later than 2 June 2023 (c.80 days before the OGM).
Please send the following information: full name; institutional affiliation; academic position; email address.
Candidates for positions will be invited to submit further information in advance of the elections at the OGM.
Any questions, please contact the chair of the Nominations Committee: david.moon[at]york.ac.uk
ESEH Nominations Committee members
Stéphanie Denève, University of Toulouse, France
David Moon, University of York, UK (chair)
Žiga Zwitter, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia