ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY CLUSTER AUSTRIA
Mai
10

Wir gratulieren Verena Winiwarter!

Unser Vorstandsmitglied Verena Winiwarter (Universität für Bodenkultur, Wien), Altpräsidentin der ESEH und Präsidentin von ICEHO, wurde von der Universität Aalborg (Dänemark) als eine der weltweit führenden Persönlichkeiten, die kreativ und beharrlich an der Umweltgeschichte gearbeitet haben, mit der Ehrendoktorwürde ausgezeichnet. Wir gratulieren!

Jan
16

Ausschreibung Turku Book Prize

 

The European Society for Environmental History (ESEH) and the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society (RCC), are pleased to announce the call for entries for the 2019 Turku Book Prize in European Environmental History that they jointly sponsor every two years. With the purpose of identifying and encouraging excellent, innovative, and well-written scholarship in the field of European environmental history, the prize is worth €3,000 and will be awarded at the 10th Biennial ESEH Conference to be held in Tallinn, Estonia, in August 2019. This prize rewards authors and books that are European and therefore does not compete with other environmental history prizes that recognize work relating to other parts of the world.

 

Criteria: Entries must be

*   single-authored monographs

*   original work recognizable as European environmental history

*   published in 2017 or 2018;

*   received by 31 January 2019.

 

Applicants must submit three copies of the book by mail to the Rachel Carson Center at the address below, as well as a digital copy (preferably a PDF file) to turku2019@rcc.lmu.de. If the book is published in a language other than English, please include a one-page English summary.

 

Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society Turku Book Prize Leopoldstrasse 11a

80802 München

Germany

 

A downloadable version of this announcement is available here: https://eseh.us11.list-manage.com/track/click?u=4889f0476c5add6417b9b6ea4&id=12bc5c7616&e=c0fe939490

 

Jan
16

Ausschreibung Tallinn Dissertation Prize

The European Society for Environmental History (ESEH) welcomes submissions for the 2019 Tallinn Dissertation Prize in European Environmental History. The Tallinn Dissertation Prize was established by the ESEH Board in 2018 to reward innovative doctoral dissertations based on original research in European environmental history. The Prize was named after Tallinn, the city where it will be awarded for the first time at the 10th ESEH Biennial Conference in 2019. The Dissertation Prize aims at supporting early career scholars based in Europe or based outside Europe but working on a European topic. Through the Prize, ESEH wants to encourage young scholars to get more involved in the community of environmental historians in Europe. We intend the prize to enhance the visibility of PhD students and post-docs in environmental history and the environmental humanities, and strengthen inter-generational ties within the ESEH. Doctoral dissertations defended in 2015, 2016, 2017 or 2018 are eligible for the Prize. To be eligible, the dissertation must originate at an institution in a country covered by ESEH Regional Representatives (see http://eseh.org/about-eseh/regions/) or must deal with a European topic. ESEH especially encourages submissions with an interdisciplinary focus as well as transnational and comparative perspectives, including, but not limited to, Europe’s impact on the global environment. Submissions in any language are welcome.

 

The winner will receive a monetary award of EUR 500 as well as a travel grant (if needed) to attend the 10th ESEH Conference on August 21–25, 2019 in Tallinn, Estonia. If you need financial travel assistance to come to Tallinn, please inform us in your submission.

 

The deadline for submissions is January 31, 2019. Applicants are asked to submit their dissertations, including a short CV, as preferably a single PDF file by email to corona@issm.cnr.it. If the language of the dissertation is not English, please also submit an extended (ca. 20,000 characters) summary in English. The winner of the Prize will be notified by April 30, 2019.

Nov
28

Montafoner Wissenschaftspreis geht an Robert Groß

Robert Groß erhält den „Montafoner Wissenschaftspreis“ für seine Dissertation „Über die Beschleunigung der Berge. Eine Umweltgeschichte des Wintertourismus in Vorarlberg/Österreich 1920-2010“. Der „Montafoner Wissenschaftspreis“ wird alle zwei Jahre ausgeschrieben, ist mit 3000 Euro dotiert und wird vom Stand Montafon, dem Heimatschutzverein Montafon sowie von der Sparkasse der Stadt Bludenz gestiftet. Mit dieser Auszeichnung werden Forschungen, die sich mit dem Montafon auseinandersetzen, gefördert.

Nov
21

Call for Papers „Social Resilience to Climate Changes“

Bis 30. November 2018 läuft noch der Call for Papers für die Session „Social resilience to climate changes with perspectives on the past 5000 years“ für den International Open Workshop „Socio-Environmental Dynamics over the last 15,000 Years: The Creation of Landscapes VI“ (Kiel, 11.-16.3.2019). Nähere Informationen finden sich HIER.