Aquarelle: Guimarães - Portugal. Photo by Guy Moll
Aquarelle: Guimarães - Portugal. Image: Guy Moll.
Trans-Canada Highway by James Wheeler

Swiss Centre for Environmental Humanities inaugural symposium and summer school

Tree rings. Image: Alison Pouilot

In June 2014 the new Swiss Centre for Environmental Humanities held its inaugural symposium and summer school at the Botanical Gardens in Zürich. The Centre for Environmental History’s Alison Pouilot reports […]

ICEHO Bulletin, from incoming President Libby Robin

Aquarelle: Guimarães - Portugal. Photo by Guy Moll

At the World Congress of Environmental History conference in Portugal in July, Jane Carruthers retired as President of the International Consortium of Environmental History Organizations (ICEHO), and Libby Robin was […]

Public Lecture: In a Big Country: Size and Canadian Identity


Wednesday 28 May 4.15-5.30pm McDonald Room, Menzies Library, Fellows Road, ANU Like Australia, Canada is known for being big. But whereas there are extensive literatures examining how Northernness, wilderness, and […]

Professor Tom Griffiths to launch new CRC in Australian History at Federation University, Ballarat

Southern Cross

The place where ‘the Australian Flag’ first flew in defiance against government tyranny will this month see the launch of a new Collaborative Research Centre in Australian History.  In the […]

Environmental History PhD Workshop 2014

Canberra by Tim Riley

Centre for Environmental History, Australian National University, Canberra 26–30 May, 2014 Are you writing a PhD in some aspect of environmental history? The Centre for Environmental History at the AustralianNationalUniversity […]

The Future of Nature wins prize

Future of Nature books

The Future of Nature (Libby Robin, Paul Warde and Sverker Sörlin eds., Yale UP) has won best Anthology in the 2013 New England Book Festival in the United States. Libby […]

Collecting the Future at AMNH

AMNH Group shot

How can museums contribute to building communities capable of engaging and responding to global climate change? How can museums use their collections, interpretations and traditions of encouraging debate to help […]

Living with Fire shortlisted

Living With Fire cover

Living with Fire by Christine Hansen and Tom Griffiths has been short-listed for the Victorian Community History awards (2013), to be announced on 21 October. Read more about the launch […]

Scientific and environmental diplomacy and the Antarctic

Antarctica. Photo by Rita Willaert

In a recent EH Resources podcast the Centre for Environmental History’s Alessandro Antonello speaks to Jan Oosthoek about the history of Antarctic science, environmental conservation, and international diplomacy. Interview and further […]

The Edges of Environmental History

Mandy Martin artwork

In an unprecedented international tribute, a special one-day workshop has been held in Munich to honour the work and influence of South African environmental historian Jane Carruthers, President of the […]