In 2014 the second meeting of the World Council of Environmental Historians met at Guimarães Portugal. NiCHE supported 11 scholars and 1 session. Here is some of the Canadian coverage of the event.
Alan MacEachern, NiCHE New Scholar Travel Grants to WCEH announced
Jim Clifford, Canadians Heading to Guimarães
The following are a series of posts written by recipients of NiCHE New Scholar Travel Grants to attend the World Congress of Environmental History in Guimarães, Portugal.
Merle Massie, Why I Love International Conferences
David Zylberberg, Eating Minerals: Fossil Inputs in 18th Century Agriculture
Melissa Charenko, Portugal’s Cork Industry
Dale Barbour, Liminal Moments on the Way to & from Guimarães
Dagomar Degroot, The Culture of Climate Change
John Thistle, Science, Storytelling, and Environmental History
Ben Bradley, Rowdy Parks: Towards a More Popular Culture of Nature in Postwar Canada
Mary-Ann Shantz, The Naked Truth about Conferences
Stephen Bocking, Environmental History and Science at the World Congress