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CfP: Third NEHT Workshop 2021

Environmental Histories of the Ottoman and post-Ottoman World The Anthropocene: From Empire to Nation-States University of Vienna, 16-18 September 2021 Keynote:John McNeill (Georgetown University) Building the Anthropocene:A Global Environmental History of Industrialization, 1780—1920 Environmental history is a growing field of study for scholars of the Ottoman Empire and nation-states in the post-Ottoman territories, especially Turkey. Over the past decade, environmental…
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CfP: Histories of Nature and Environments: Shaping Landscapes (Lisbon, 21-22 November 2019)

The Centre for History (CH-ULisboa) of the University of Lisbon, the Centre for the Humanities (CHAM) of the NOVA University of Lisbon and the Centre for Administration and Public Policies (CAPP) of the University of Lisbon are hosting a two-day conference with the title “Histories of Nature and Environments: Shaping Landscapes” on November 21-22, 2019.  Suggested but not exclusive main topics…
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CfP: Exploring the Connected Histories of Meteorology, Agriculture and the Environment (Berlin, 9 October 2019)

Exploring the Connected Histories of Meteorology, Agriculture and the Environment Workshop, TU Berlin, Germany, 9 October 2019 Organised by the DFG-Project “Environmental Factors in Agriculture: Observation and Experiment in Agricultural Meteorology (ca 1900-1950)” Submission deadline for proposals: 30 December 2018 As the nineteenth-century saying goes, it is not the farmer, but the good weather that makes the corn grow (Fuller…
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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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