ASEH 2019 - Seeking Panelist on Activism and Equity in US Parks

We are seeing one more paper for a panel on access, activism, and equity in American parks for ASEH 2019. We currently have two papers. The first on working class environmental activism in the Battery in New York City in the late-19th century. The second examines outdoor recreation as a path towards environmental awareness through the proposed development of a ski resort in the Mineral King valley in California in the 1960s.

Programme and registration now available for Environmental History Workshop (London, UK, 3 Sept 18)

The programme for the 2018 Environmental History Workshop is now available online here, and copied below.

The workshop includes sessions on subterranean histories, hydropolitics, boundary crossing, and more. Our keynote address will be delivered by Prof. Vinita Damodaran, Director of the Centre for World Environmental History at the University of Sussex.


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