Online Bibliography on
LATIN AMERICAN ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY

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Newsletter

Call for papers and other news...

 

 

European Environmental History Conference, Turku 2011

The European Society for Environmental History is pleased to invite proposals for sessions, papers and posters for its next international conference. It will take place in Turku, Finland, from June 28 to July 2, 2011. The venues will be Turku University and Åbo Akademi University. Inspired by Turku’s surroundings, which include Europe’s largest archipelago, the main theme of the meeting is “Encounters of Sea and Land”. The deadline for submitting papers is May 3, 2010.

Global Environment - A Journal of History and Natural and Social Sciences.

The half-yearly journal Global Environment. Journal of History and Natural and Social Sciences  intends to act as a link for ongoing researches on the environment and world history, with special regard to the modern and contemporary ages. The journal’s main commitment should be to bring together different areas of expertise in both the natural and the social sciences to help them find a common language and a common perspective in the study of history.  The Global Environment will be divided into following parts:

  • Research
  • Around the world (Articles about present environmental problems or sustainability success’s cases)
  • book reviews
  • Interviews

Articles should vary in length from 15,000 to 30,000 characters, i.e., ca. 5 to 10 pages. Only for the section “Research” the article can be longer than 60,000.

The journal has the international editorial board.

Please contact the editors Mauro Agnoletti and Gabriella Corona for more information.

Ecología Política

Os escribimos este correo electrónico para informaros que la revista Ecología Política tiene una nueva web: http://www.ecologiapolitica.info
En la nueva web pueden consultar gratuitamente todos los números antiguos de la revista "Ecología Política" publicada por la Editorial Icaria durante 15 años, así como información sobre como enviar artículos.

Comments on our EHLA project

Gail Triner, Rutgers University“It was absolutely essential to me when I was putting together an undergrad lecture class on Latin American Environmental History. By offering an overview of the material that was available, the site was an incredible introduction to the field. It allowed me to get a sense of the existing literature very efficiently, and to structure a class around the material that existed, rather than my wishful thinking.”

Sam Brunk, University of Texas, El Paso.“I found the list absolutely essential in my efforts to start teaching an upper-division class on Latin American Environmental History.  In fact, that class might have been impossible without it, which would be a shame in that we need to interest a lot more people in the subject,”

Matthew Morse Booker, North Carolina State University“I thank you personally and your colleagues around the hemisphere generally for your dedication in creating and maintaining the Latin American Environmental History website. It is clearly the most up to date--the ONLY up to date--bibliography of material on Latin American EH. It is particularly rich in that it includes work in all three major languages of publication, and it effectively uses recent technologies that allow colleagues worldwide to contribute new publications. This is an extremely valuable service,”

Robert Wilcox, Northern Kentucky University.“It has been a wonderful resource for me and my students over the years, and I know so many colleagues who use it around the world…,” Robert Wilcox

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