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EHW 2021 – What are you doing?

We were unable to organise a full Environmental History Workshop this year, but didn’t want to let the year go without creating the annual space for environmental history in the UK that we established EHW for in the first place. So we are organising a short and sweet ‘What are you doing?’ workshop, inspired by […]

Fully-Funded PhD Studentship, Energy Citizens Before Energy Citizenship: Energy, Culture and Place-Based Identities in the UK and Ireland, 1950s–1990s, Queen’s University Belfast

Applications are invited for a funded PhD position at the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Queen’s University Belfast. This PhD project entitled ‘Energy Citizens Before Energy Citizenship: Energy, Culture and Place-Based Identities in the UK and Ireland, 1950s–1990s’ provides an opportunity to explore the historical interplay among modern energy life, consumer culture and […]

Two four-year postdocs on the environmental history of sleep

Two postdoc positions are available at the University of Manchester to work on the environmental history of sleep. Two Postdoctoral Research Associates will support the Wellcome Trust Investigator Award project Sleeping well in the early modern world: an environmental approach to the history of sleep care, coordinated by Professor Sasha Handley.    This project will […]

EHW 2021: Call for organizers!

We’re looking for a new committee to organize an environmental history workshop in 2021. If you think you might be interested in hosting the workshop, please get in touch! Environmental History Workshop was established by five early career scholars in 2018 in the hope that it would become an annual, informal environmental history event hosted […]

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