Announcing New Networks: H-Nutrition and H-EnviroHealth

Jesse Draper - Associate Director, Networks's picture
Type: 
Online Digital Resources
Subject Fields: 
Digital Humanities, Environmental History / Studies, Health and Health Care, Public Health

H-Net proudly welcomes H-Nutrition and H-EnviroHealth to its family of nearly 200 networks, now available on the H-Net Commons. Read on and follow the links below for more information about these exciting new networks!


H-Nutrition

H-Nutrition is intended for the growing number of scholars, teachers, documentary filmmakers, and museum and library professionals engaged with the history of nutrition in any time period or region.

Our aim is to foster communication within and across the otherwise unconnected fields in which history of nutrition is produced, including but not limited to: history of science, medicine, and technology; history of food and agriculture; public history; science and health policy; public health and population health sciences; food and nutrition science; food studies; gender and women’s studies; and fat studies.

All H-Nutrition content is freely accessible at: https://networks.h-net.org/h-nutrition

You can contact the editors of H-Nutrition here: editorial-nutrition@mail.h-net.msu.edu


H-EnviroHealth

H-EnviroHealth works to foster communication and collaboration among scholars who study health, medicine, and environment across a range of temporal and geographic contexts. It is the offspring of a network formed in 2014, the History of Environmental Health Network (HEHN) which brings together scholars working on the history of medicine or environmental history, two sub-fields of history that until recently have had only a nodding acquaintance. The goal of H-Envirohealth is to foster a broader dialogue between these as well as other scholars in the environmental, medical, and health humanities. It also seeks engagement and participation from those in related professional and scientific fields such as public health, engineering, the environmental and medical sciences, and policy. In doing so, this network hopes to facilitate a continuing discussion and open new and intriguing questions about how we understand the entangled histories of environment and health and their relevance to current dilemmas.

All H-EnviroHealth content is freely accessible at: https://networks.h-net.org/h-envirohealth

You can contact the editors of H-EnviroHealth here: editorial-envirohealth@mail.h-net.msu.edu


A free account and subscription are required in order to receive discussion posts by email for all of our networks.  For assistance with creating accounts and managing subscriptions on the H-Net Commons:

For instructions to create an account in the Commons go to:
https://networks.h-net.org/node/905/pages/943/getting-started.

For instructions on subscribing to H-Nutrition or H-EnviroHealth go to:
https://networks.h-net.org/node/905/pages/965/subscribing-or-unsubscribing-network
 

For tutorials and assistance in using the H-Net Commons, visit H-Net's Help Desk:
https://networks.h-net.org/help-desk


H-Nutrition and H-EnviroHealth are owned by H-Net, Humanities and Social Sciences Online. H-Net is a nonprofit, tax-exempt international network of scholars in the humanities and social sciences that creates and coordinates electronic networks, using a variety of media, and with a common objective of advancing humanities and social science teaching and research. H-Net was created to provide a positive, supportive, equalitarian public environment for the friendly exchange of ideas and scholarly resources.  It is hosted by the Department of History at Michigan State University.

For more information about H-Net, point your web browser to:
http://www.h-net.org/about.