Call for Posters for Poster Session--Globalization of Science in the Middle East and North Africa, 18th-20th Centuries

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Call for Papers
September 30, 2016

Bear Years, Squirrel Years, and Environmental Politics on the St. Lawrence River, 1759-1796, by Loren Michael Mortimer

Recently at Borealia, Loren Michael Mortimer (UC Davis) described some of his research on the eighteenth-century environmental and indigenous history of the St. Lawrence River valley.

CFP (ESEH 2017 in Zagreb): Environmental justice and social wellbeing: Utopian and alternative intellectual Ideas in the 19th and 20th century

On February 17, 2016, some 40,000 people rallied in Washington. These protestors included eco-socialists marching under the banner “system change, not climate change”. Socialist and Marxist ideas – largely taboo since the Cold War ended – seemingly have gained momentum again, at least among environmentalists advocating structural changes. More broadly, environmentalists increasingly recognize that they should not just protect ecosystems, but also promote social well being and equality.


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