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Talking Art with Vic McEwan & George Main

Sunday 9 August 2015, 3:00pm to 4:00pm Monster Kitchen & Bar, Hotel Hotel What creative possibilities emerge when a contemporary artist is embedded in a social history museum? Leading interdisciplinary artist and Artistic Director of The Cad Factory, Vic McEwan is...

CFP: Foreign Bodies, Intimate Ecologies, Syd, 11-13, Feb 2016

Foreign Bodies, Intimate Ecologies: Transformations in Environmental History 11-13 February, 2016 Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia foreignbodiesintimateecologies.net | #FBIE2016 Environmental history has experienced significant transformations in recent years,...

ICEHO Environmental History Bulletin 5, July 2015

ICEHO Bulletin 5 July 2015 (PDF)   Highlights include a special letter from Kathleen Brosnan, the current President of one of our largest member organizations, the American Society of Environmental History, and a report from the big European Society of...

Mouat Tree Project

Through the ACT region of the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) and in partnership with the Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG), Office of the Surveyor-General, ACT Heritage and ACT Parks and Conservation Service (PCS), a project to plan and construct an...

Ainslie to Kossie: window on a wonder wander

Tuesday 14 July, 12.30–1.30 pm Free entry. Booking essential, details below. Visions Theatre, National Museum of Australia Matthew Higgins’ illustrated presentation on the huge natural appeal of the straight-line route between Canberra and Kosciuszko. Matthew will...

National Library of Australia Fellowships open

The Library has a world-class collection and is a hub for research, intellectual and creative endeavour. The Fellowships and Scholarships stimulate sustained scholarly, literary and artistic use of the Library’s rich and varied collections and promote lively...

In the Shadow of Ebola – Exclusive Film Screening and Q&A

In the Shadow of Ebola (2015, 27 min) is an intimate story of a family and a nation torn apart by the Ebola outbreak.  Caught in an invisible war that is painfully reminiscent of the chaos and confusion they lived through during a fourteen-year civil war, a family and...

ICEHO Bulletin No. 4

The International Consortium of Environmental History Organizations Bulletin no. 4 is available now (PDF). It includes information about seminars, calls for papers, new books, conference reports, and other news in environmental history. This is the ICEHO’s first...

Hosting the 2019 World Congress of Environmental History

A Call for Proposals After two very successful international meetings (in Copenhagen and Guimarães, Portugal) the third World Congress for Environmental History is scheduled for 2019. The Site Selection Committee of the International Council of Environmental History...