The remote round-table on environmental history networking worked! As I wrote in my previous post, we held a round-table session at ASEH 2019 on environmental history networking around the world. Four scholars from four different continents presented on a round-table via Zoom video conferencing software. We discussed how environmental history scholars organize in our respective regions and some of the challenges we face.
You can watch the video above to see the presentations and the discussion with the audience. We had excellent questions and comments from the audience that provoked good conversation about the challenges of internationalization in the field of environmental history.
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