Elements and Environment in the Middle Ages: A Multidisciplinary Workshop

Belfast, Thursday 29 June 2023

 

Queen’s University Belfast

The Graduate School, ROOM TR6

 

Programme:

 

9.15-9.30 Welcome

 

9.30-10.45 Session 1 ‘COSMOLOGY’

moderator: Ciarán Walsh

Matthew McMahon (Armagh Observatory):  “Science and Spectacle; The History of Irish Astronomy Network” 

Call for Contributions: “Medieval Borders and the Environment"

You have still a week to send your 200-300 word abstract of your proposed essay, and a brief introduction of yourself, to elisa.ramazzina@unipv.it

The abstract will need to explain the interrelation between borders, the environment (natural, urban, etc.) and/ or natural elements

Proposals for essays in English (c. 8000-12000 words) are warmly welcomed on the topic “borders, the elements, and the environment”.

Lecture by Dr. Ling Zhang (Boston College): "Geotrauma and Earthly Memories of East China"

As part of the East Asian Studies speaker series at Worcester State University, Dr. Ling Zhang (Boston College) will present “Seventy Meters Below Is My Home: Geotrauma and Earthly Memories of East China” at Worcester State University in Sheehan 109 on Monday, April 24 at 2PM.  The event will be in-person only.

Author: 
Silvia Hirsch, Paola Canova, Mercedes Biocca, eds.
Reviewer: 
Carlos Dimas

Dimas on Hirsch and Canova and Biocca, 'Reimagining the Gran Chaco: Identities, Politics, and the Environment in South America'

Silvia Hirsch, Paola Canova, Mercedes Biocca, eds. Reimagining the Gran Chaco: Identities, Politics, and the Environment in South America. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2021. 360 pp. $35.00 (paper), ISBN 978-1-68340-286-2

Priority Deadline for Mongolia Field School 2023 Extended to March 31

The American Center for Mongolian Studies is offering a summer program for 2023, called Mongolia Field School 2023, with three course offerings led by teams of International and Mongolian instructors who are experts in their fields. You will have the opportunity to visit areas of the country off the beaten path, experience local life and culture and conduct academic field work and educational explorations with a small group that includes both international and Mongolian participants.

ONLY A WEEK LEFT UNTIL THE DEADLINE: Call For Contributions: “Medieval Borders and the Environment”(provisional title)(Brill)

You have still a week to send your 200-300 word abstract of your proposed essay, and a brief introduction of yourself, to elisa.ramazzina@unipv.it

The abstract will need to explain the interrelation between borders, the environment (natural, urban, etc.) and/ or natural elements.


The deadline for the submission of proposals is March 15, 2023.

 

Proposals for essays in English (c. 8000-12000 words) are warmly welcomed on the topic “borders, the elements, and the environment”.

ONLY A WEEK LEFT UNTIL THE DEADLINE: Call For Contributions: “Medieval Borders and the Environment”(provisional title)(Brill)

You have still a week to send your 200-300 word abstract of your proposed essay, and a brief introduction of yourself, to elisa.ramazzina@unipv.it

The abstract will need to explain the interrelation between borders, the environment (natural, urban, etc.) and/ or natural elements.


The deadline for the submission of proposals is March 15, 2023.

 

Proposals for essays in English (c. 8000-12000 words) are warmly welcomed on the topic “borders, the elements, and the environment”.

ONLY A WEEK LEFT UNTIL THE DEADLINE: Call For Contributions: “Medieval Borders and the Environment”(provisional title)(Brill)

You have still a week to send your 200-300 word abstract of your proposed essay, and a brief introduction of yourself, to elisa.ramazzina@unipv.it

The abstract will need to explain the interrelation between borders, the environment (natural, urban, etc.) and/ or natural elements.


The deadline for the submission of proposals is March 15, 2023.

 

Proposals for essays in English (c. 8000-12000 words) are warmly welcomed on the topic “borders, the elements, and the environment”.

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