ESEH co-organizes PhD Summer Schools in Environmental History every year. The Schools bring together students from across Europe in various disciplines to both share their own work and hear experienced scholars talk about their environmental history research.
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The Working Group for Czech and Slovak Environmental History in cooperation with the Faculty of Science at Charles University in Prague and the Institute for Contemporary History of the Czech Academy of Sciences and with the support of European Society for Environmental History are pleased to announce a four-day graduate summer school in environmental history.
The summer school is dedicated to the theme of the The Undesirable: How Parasites, Diseases, and Pests Shape Our Environments and will take place in Prague in late August 2016.
Further details are available in the full call below. Application deadline is 20 May 2016.
Please find below the programme of the ESEH graduate summer school “Cities and Mountains. Environmental and Health Risks: A Socio-Historical Perspective” which will take place in Lyon, Yenne, and Grenoble, France, on 26-29 June 2015.