CFP: Socio-economic Impacts and Landscape Changes due to Severe Winters - ICHG 2018 Warsaw

Call for papers (climate history session)

Altered Trajectories: Socio-economic Impacts and Landscape Changes due to Severe Winters in Historical Times

The 17th International Conference of Historical Geographers

Warsaw, Poland, July 15 - 20, 2018

http://ichg2018.uw.edu.pl/

CFP ICHG 2018 Socio-economic Impacts and Landscape Changes due to Severe Winters

 

Call for papers (climate history session)

Altered Trajectories: Socio-economic Impacts and Landscape Changes due to Severe Winters in Historical Times

The 17th International Conference of Historical Geographers

Warsaw, Poland, July 15 - 20, 2018

http://ichg2018.uw.edu.pl/

CFP: Climate History Sessions at ICHG 2018

Dear colleagues,

On behalf of the Climate History Network, I’m looking to organize additional sessions on climate history for the International Conference of Historical Geographers, to be held in Warsaw, 15-20 July 2018.  We successfully organized a number of similar panels for the ICHG in London in 2015.  The conference organizers in Warsaw have expressed interest in holding a series of non-overlapping sessions on climate and history. 

 

Possible topics could include:

-documentary and early instrumental climate reconstruction

CALL FOR PAPERS | Asian Extremes: Climate, Meteorology and Disaster in History

The weather plays an often underestimated, yet vitally important role in human history. Climate has been considered an explanation for almost every aspect of society and culture, from causing disease to determining racial characteristics historically. Extremes of weather, especially those experienced in Asia including typhoons and monsoon rains, have also had a major impact on society.

CCHRI Paleoclimate Workshop: Glaciology, Speleothemology and Resilience for Pre-Modernists, Call for Applicants, 7-9 September

The Climate Change and History Research Initiative (CCHRI), a three-year project at Princeton University, is holding its third palaeoclimate workshop for pre-modernists this coming 7-9 September 2017. Previous years focused on dendroclimatology and palynology. This year we will address the sciences of glaciology and speleothemology, as well as resilience theory.

CfP: Scientific Exploration and Empire for HSS 2017

Dear all,

I am writing to invite submissions for the next meeting of the History of Science Society in Toronto (9-12 November 2017). The panel is tentatively titled “Scientific exploration and empire” and intends to investigate colonial explorations as a site of scientific and imperial knowledge.

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