CFP: The Garden: Ecological Paradigms of Space, History, and Community

The 8th Biennial European Association for the Study of Literature, Culture and Environment (EASLCE) Conference will take place in Würzburg, Germany on September 26 -29, 2018. This year’s theme is “The Garden: Ecological Paradigms of Space, History, and Community”. Extended deadline to submit applications is February 20, 2018. You can find more information about the conference here.

CfA: Heinrich Böll Stiftung Scholarships

Heinrich Böll Stiftung – The Green Political Foundation grants scholarships to undergraduates, graduates, and doctoral students from inside and outside Germany. The foundation promotes studies and researchers on topics such as democracy, ecology, solidarity and non-violence. There are two application deadlines: 1 March and 1 September. For more information on the Heinrich Böll Stiftung scholarships, please visit the relevant page

CFP: Relationships with Humans and Animals in the Middle East and North Africa Region

Middle East Studies Association Call for Papers Humans and other animals share spaces, impact each other daily through work and leisure, and create communities together. Levi Strauss is famous for saying animals are “good to think with.” As anthropology is beginning to make the post-humanist or animal turn, it is time to think about how animals affect and create each…
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CfA: Historial 2018 Summerschool: An Environmental History of the Great War

The Centre international de recherche de l’Historial de la Grande Guerre (CIRHGG, Péronne) together with the EHESS (Paris), the Unniversity of Heidelberg, the Centre for Contemporary and Digital History de l’université du Luxembourg, and the  Université de Picardie Jules Verne (Amiens), invites applications for its third summer school for graduate students (masters and PhD) working on the environmental history of the First World War. The…
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Halcyon Days in Crete X Symposium: Çiftliks in the Balkans and western Anatolia (Rethymno, 12-14 January 2018)

Τhe Department of Ottoman History of the Instutite for Mediterranean Studies – Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas, in association with Boğaziçi University, Department of History and Ege University, Department of Economics, is organizing an international symposium called Çiftliks in the Balkans and western Anatolia in Rethymno, Crete on 12-14 January 2018. The symposium will take place at the Institute for Mediterranean Studies.…
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CfA: ICOHTEC Summer School of 2018

Applications are open now for the Second ICOHTEC Summer School “Does Technology drive History? Theoretical Concepts and Historical Examples” that will take place in Saint-Étienne, France on July 16-21, 2018. The summer school will combine the 45th ICOHTEC Symposium with a two-day intensive seminar course geared to PhD students and young post-doctoral scholars. Applications will be accepted by email until March 5, 2018. For more…
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CfP: Bon Voyage? 250 years exploring the natural world

The Society for the History of Natural History (SHNH), in association with the British Ornithologists’ Club, is organizing a meeting in Liverpool on June 14-15, 2018. The meeting, called “Bon Voyage? 250 years exploring the natural world“, will focus on the lives, encounters, contributions and legacies of many of those involved in the history of natural history exploration around the world,…
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Postdoctoral research positions at the Center for Historical Research in St. Petersburg

The Higher School of Economics Laboratory for Environmental and Technological History of the Center for Historical Research in St. Petersburg, Russia invites applications for postdoctoral research positions in the fields of environmental history or environmental humanities, history of science and technology or urban history. Scholars whose interests are focused on the regions of Circumpolar North or Global South are particularly welcome to…
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A Potentially New Source for Environmental Historians of Turkey: Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire

Online historical geographic information system (GIS) called the Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire (DARE) is a potentially new source for environmental historians and environmental archaeologists who study Turkey and its surrounding regions in Roman era. Developed by the Swedish “research engineer” Johan Åhlfeldt and hosted by the Department of Archaeology and Classical History at Lund University in Sweden, the DARE is a…
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