History & Environment of Atlantic Region

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HEAR is a collaborative network linking researchers at a number of Atlantic universities in a wide variety of disciplines that explore environmental history and environmental change. Recent activities (2008/09) at Dalhousie University, the University of Prince Edward Island, and Memorial University include special conference sessions, the annual Ganong colloquium, co-sponsorship of guest lectures, and plans for collaborative publications. Canada’s Atlantic Provinces offer environmental historians a wealth of opportunities for research and intellectual exchange.

Key Links

Resources / Ressources
Network Website
History & Environment of Atlantic Region Archive

Past Events / Événements
2nd Ganong Colloquium (2009)
18th Atlantic Canada Studies Conference (2009)
Ganong Colloquium (2008)

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