On Jan. 18, at 1 pm EST, FHS historian Jamie Lewis will host the award-winning environmental photographer Tim Palmer as he shares his awe-inspiring photos of these American hemlocks and beeches species while explaining how exotic insects and pathogens are decimating them.They'll discuss the promising work that scientists and managers are undertaking to correct the problems and restore these extraordinary species to eastern U.S. woodlands. The presentation will last about one hour.
CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS (WORKSHOP AND PUBLICATION PROJECT)
LEARNING ABOUT (POST)SOCIALIST SPACE: CONCEPTS AND MEDIA OF THE GEOGRAPHICAL EDUCATION IN FORMER SOCIALIST COUNTRIES.
The Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography together with the Collaborative Research Centre 1199 ‘Processes of Spatialization under the Global Condition’ are inviting participants for the interdisciplinary workshop dedicated to the system of geographical education in former socialist countries. The workshop shall lead to a publication and possible exhibition project.
Every fantastic genre, across every medium, has its own mechanisms and rules by which its geographies are constructed, whether through description and imagination or computer-generated landscapes. Distances must be bridged, means of transportation must be found, chartered, or hijacked, rituals must be performed – all in order to discover, enter, or leave a particular place.
The Urban Ecologies & GEO Workshop Series: Workshop One, Methodological Expositions
Call for Abstracts
Hosted online by the Urban Ecologies Research Group at the University of Cambridge, 28th March 2022
Call for Papers
2022 Global Mobility Humanities Conference (GMHC)
17th Annual Conference
The International Association for the Study of Environment, Space, and Place
Loyola University Chicago
April 22-24, 2022
Call for Papers due February 15, 2022
Centre for Grand Strategy, King’s College London &
the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)
The Canadian Society for the Study of Names (CSSN) Annual Meeting will be held virtually in conjunction with the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Canada on May 14 and 15, 2022. The Association invites proposals on the theme of the 2022 Congress, 'Transitions,' but papers on any onomastic topic are welcome.
Re:making landscape (explorations and conceptualizations)
Panel (workshop) at RE:22 Nordic Ethnology and Folklore Conference