EAEH 2017: Call for Panels, Papers, and Posters
The fourth conference of East Asian Environmental History (EAEH 2017) will be held from October 27-30, 2017 in Tianjin, China. It is being jointly organized by the Association for East Asian Environmental History, Chinese Society for Environment Sciences along with a number of other institutions and will be hosted by Nankai University.
ICEHO Member Survey door prize
Congratulations to Gretel Evans of Melbourne, Australia, who is the winner of the ICEHO Member Survey door prize! She has won two books of her choosing from the Cambridge University Press Studies in Environment and History series.
And as a treat, the press is offering us a limited time 20% discount on all books in the series! Thanks, Cambridge University Press, for your support of ICEHO and the international environmental history community.
Thanks also to everyone who responded to the survey: you have helped us better understand your needs and what you would like us to be doing. We will be posting analysis of the survey in the near future.
The International Consortium for Environmental History Organizations has launched a survey to explore how it might better serve the global community of environmental historians. Please take the 5-10 minutes required to complete it. Click here to participate.
The name of one respondent will be randomly drawn, and that respondent will win 2 books of their choice from the Studies in Environment and History series of Cambridge University Press. Thank you to CUP for its generous donation of this prize, and thank you to Alan MacEachern for preparing this survey.
ICEHO Bulletin 9 Published
You can now download the ninth issue of the ICEHO Bulletin. In this issue, our President, Verena Winiwarter, and our WCEH Site Selection chair, Graeme Wynn, gives the latest, exciting news about our next WCEH conference. We also introduce our brand new website, welcome incoming member organizations, shed light on digital environmental history around the world, and much more.
ICEHO Bulletin 8 Published
You can now download the eighth issue of the ICEHO Bulletin. In this issue, you can read about our meeting in Seattle, our new leaders, and the activities of our member organizations. Our outgoing Presidents, Libby Robin and Jane Carruthers, describe the growth of ICEHO under their leadership, and give a vision of where we might go in the future. We also thank our outgoing secretary, Dolly Jørgensen, for her many contributions to our organization.
General Assembly 2016
There will be an ICEHO General Assembly on Friday 1 April 2016, 6:30pm to 7:30pm, Grand 2 Room (Level 4), Westin Seattle Hotel, Seattle, WA, in conjunction with the American Society for Environmental History (ASEH) annual meeting.
The assembly will include voting for President, Vice-President, and Ordinary Members of the ICEHO Board, which is done by ballot. We invite the member organizations to make additional nominations from the floor for any of these positions, and especially encourage nominations for Vice-President. According to the ICEHO Constitution, the procedure for such nominations is:
Additional nominations may be made from the floor of the General Assembly, provided that each person so nominated has the support in writing of his or her Member Association or Institutional Member, and at least three (3) other Members, and subject to confirmation that the nominee agrees to serve if elected. Such nominations shall be accompanied by biographical details.
Each member organization is entitled to one Voting Representative at the meeting. An organization can also vote by proxy by notifying the Secretary of the person who will be voting on the member’s behalf.