Envirotech, a special interest group within the Society for the History of Technology and the American Society for Environmental History, invites nominations for the 2021 Joel A. Tarr Envirotech Article Prize. The Tarr Prize recognizes innovative publications that explore new ways of thinking about the interplay between technological systems and the natural environment.
The link to watch the video of this webinar is available on the American Society for Environmental History website in the events tab. Here is the direct link: https://aseh.org/race-and-environment-series.
The Forest History Society is sponsoring a luncheon at the American Society for Environmental History conference in Ottawa on March 26, 2020. Local author Phil Jenkins will devliver the keynote address, "An Acre of Time: The Enduring Value of Place."
Each year, at the American Society for Environmental History (ASEH) Annual Meeting, those interested in energy history have gathered for an informal dinner. This year’s dinner will be held on Friday, March 27, at 7pm. Location TBD. This dinner is an opportunity to network and discuss research with like-minded scholars, meet friends, and make new ones. All levels of expertise and interest in energy history are welcome.
For ease of navigation, we will meet in the lobby of the Delta Ottawa City Centre at 6:45 and walk to the restaurant as a group.
The Envirotech Special Interest Group is pleased to announce the Joy Parr Travel Grant for the upcoming meeting of the American Society for Environmental History in Columbus, Ohio, on April 10-14, 2019. Applications are due by Friday, March 1, 2019.