Postdoc fellowship in animal welfare at University of British Columbia

Here is a postdoctoral fellowship on the history of breeding technologies and animal welfare in cattle at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. This research will contribute to the historical portion of a larger interdisciplinary project that examines perceptions, trust and interest in gene-editing technology among and within the milk and beef supply chains from farmers through to consumers. The historical research will focus on understanding perception, trust, and adoption of historical breeding technologies among all interested groups from farmers to consumers.

Registration Open for Equine History 2021 (Deadline: March 23)

The Equine History Collective (EHC) will be holding its 2021 conference “Equine Ecologies and Economies” on March 25-26 over Zoom, hosted by the Cal Poly Pomona University Library. Registration is now live at this link. The registration deadline is Tuesday, March 23rd. 

CfP: 3rd NEHT Workshop, Environmental Histories of the Ottoman and post-Ottoman World (University of Vienna, 16-18 September 2021)

Third NEHT Workshop 2021

Environmental Histories of the Ottoman and post-Ottoman World
The Anthropocene: From Empire to Nation-States


University of Vienna
16-18 September 2021


Keynote:
John McNeill (Georgetown University)

Building the Anthropocene: A Global Environmental History of Industrialization, 1780—1920

Journal TOC: Agricultural History 94.3

The Agricultural History Society is pleased to share below the table of contents for the summer issue of Agricultural History (vol. 94, no. 3). For the full issue, including open-access content, see our JSTOR page.

Agricultural History, volume 94, number 3 (Summer 2020)

Theory and Method: An Analysis of European and American Animal Breeding Practices, from the Eighteenth to the Twenty-First Century, by Margaret E. Derry

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