WCEH 2014, Portugal
WCEH 2014, Portugal

Canadians at WCEH 2014

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


External Links

Stephen Bocking, Environmental History and Science at the World Congress


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