First ESEH European Summer School in Environmental History
“Events, disasters, narratives and temporalities in environmental history”
June 28- July 2. Musée national de Port Royal des Champs, Yvelines, France
This event is organized by Kindunos (G.Quenet) and sponsored by Sciences Po – Scientific humanities chair (Bruno Latour), NiCHE, the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR) and the Ministère de l’Ecologie, de l’Energie, du Développement Durable et de la Mer (MEEDDM) chargé des technologies vertes et des négociations sur le climat. The language of the summer school will be English. Doctoral students, post-doctoral fellows, and more senior scholars are welcome to apply by email, to Gregory Quenet (email@example.com) BY 30 MARCH 2010.
This first ESEH summer school is not focused only on risks and disasters but rather on how to inscribe them within the writing of environmental history. An integrated approach of events, disasters and longue durée is now essential.
The complete presentation is available at http://www.histoire-environnementale.com/actualites.php
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