Writing Support Programme

At a glance:
• A works-in-progress seminars for ERCs in Environmental History with pre-circulated papers and invited discussants
• Running online monthly, two groups/month March-June 2022, 45’ per paper / 2 papers per session

Our chairs are:
Dr. Andrea Gaynor. ARC Future Fellow in History & Environmental Humanities, The University of Western Australia
Dr. Anna Pilz. Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at University of Edinburgh & Affiliated Researcher at the Rachel Carson Center

Our ECR participants are:
Jure Tičar, Carolina Bonilla Leon, Leonoor Borgesius, Ante Batistić, Roberta Biasillo, Can Gümüş, Samuel Grinsell, Tinashe Takuva, Anna Varga, Amrita Dasgupta, Mariana Silva, Cécile Bruyet, Loreta Zydeliene, Monica Vasile, Nina Toudal Jessen, Olha Maksymenko, Nanda Jarosz, Justine Philip, Biswajit Sarmah, Saloni Sharma, Ágnes Németh 

Our established scholar discussants are:
Iva Peša, Ruth Morgan, David Moon, Raf de Bont, Jenia Mukerjee, Jan-Henrik Meyer, Sandra Swart, Péter Szabó, Ulrike Plath, Damir Arsenijevic

Discussed topics:
Food sanitation, the Colonial Nile, cave pollution, Rhodesian Lowveld Desert, environmental history of oil, oak wood pastures, cacao and the Green Revolution in Colombia, the Bengal delta, climate and culture in interwar Lithuania, reintroducing Przewaslki’s  horses, dingo histories, Kaziranga Game Reserve in India, extinctions and world-ecology, China’s Environmental Governance, natural world along the medieval Mediterranean roads, Ukrainian school students’ environmental world view, materiality and soil improvement, environmental ethics, Budapest’s water

Andrea Gaynor; Roberta Biasillo, Simone Schleper, Noémi Ujházy, Sevgi Mutulu Sirakova, Tanja Riekkinen, Goran Đurđević and Monica Vasile