On July 1, 2015, H-Net Council voted to de-commission H-SOLCHA.  The network has been unused for sometime. Rather than attempt to revive an unused network, H-Net Council suggests interested parties join our much larger and far more active networks that cover the same fields. H-LatAm is an international forum for the scholarly discussion of Latin American history, including environmental history, has over 4000 subscribers, and is affiliated with the Conference on Latin American History. H-LatAm’s collection of syllabi is quite extensive. Additionally, H-Environment networks nearly 4000 scholars in the field of environmental history around the world and is supported by the American Society for Environmental History and the European Society for Environmental History. Both networks have dedicated editors who make good use of H-Net’s online capabilities and both networks actively publish book reviews of new texts in their respective fields.

Thannks for your interest. Questions can be directed to Patrick Cox, H-Net Vice-President for Networks, at vp-net@mail.h-net.msu.edu

 

Recent Content

CFP: “Historia Ambiental y América Latina”

Dossier: "Environmental History and Latin America"

 

HIb Revista de Historia Iberoamericana invited to submit articles for a special report on "Environmental History and Latin America," to be published in December 2014. During the last decades the environmental history and environmental history, has been gaining ground for the understanding of multiple aspects of Latin American past. This kind of historical perspective has led to increasingly complex and diverse investigations, do not put stress on the natural world and the only physical but also human action environment.

Book Prize Entries Sought -- Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (SLACA)

From H-Announce:

The Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (SLACA), a section of the American Anthropological Association, is pleased to announce the establishment of a new book prize to recognize distinguished anthropological work that advances the understanding of the Americas in innovative and potentially transformative ways.

World Cup 2014

We're trying out something new at H-Net: Commons wide projects soliciting contributions from all H-Net Networks around a given topic. We are calling these Commons Crossroads as they constitute temporary intersections of scholarship and thinking on the many H-Net networks.

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