I am organizing several panels for the SSHA Labor Network for the 44th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association in Phoenix, November 8-11, 2018. I am seeking panelists and commentators for panels on the following topics.
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY: As a couple of the papers for the panel already include gender, I am particularly interested in papers that also include gender. However, papers on any aspect of occupational health are welcome.
State Historical Society of Iowa 2018/2019 Research Grants
by gregory dehler [crossposted from H-Environment]
State Historical Society of Iowa
2018/2019 Research Grants
I am organizing a panel on occupational health and safety for the 44th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association in Phoenix, November 8-11, 2018. I'm particularly interested in papers that include gender, but papers on any region or aspect of occupational health are welcome. We currently have a paper on the emergence of women's occupational health and safety in the 1970s. The deadline for submissions is February 16. The call for papers is available at https://ssha.org/files/2018%20SSHA%20Call%20for%20Papers.pdf
Social Science History Association is built of member-initiated networks. Please consider submitting a panel or paper jointly to the Health, Medicine, Body network and the Rural, Agricultural, Environmental network.Call for Papers: 44th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association Phoenix, Arizona, November 8-11, 2018
Submission Deadline: February 16, 2018
The Special Section: ToxicDocs: Opening a New Era of Evidence for Policies to Protect Public Health had gone live on the Journal of Public Health Policy website as part of Issue 39.1. Editorial Board members Jerry Markowitz and David Rosner introduce ToxicDocs.org, a project they have been building up over many years. They brought the idea to us for JPHP participation and served as Guest Editors for this Special Section.
Dear H-EnviroHealth Subscribers,
Many of you may be planning to attend the 2018 American Society for Environmental History conference to be held March 14-18, in Riverside California. As you register for the conference, I wanted to alert you all to the History of Environment and Health Network Breakfast that will be held on Friday, March 16, from 7:15 to 8:15am ($30). It is with great pleasure that the network offers this opportunity for us to meet, discuss, share, and network. We hope to see many of you there.
Workshop: Getting Value or Poison? Benefit – Harm Dilemmas in Efforts to Improve Life
Workshop hosted by the Center for the History of Global Development, Shanghai University
Time: 29/30 April, 2018
Place: Shanghai University, Shanghai