• ANEH Bi-Weekly Electronic Newsletter

    African Network of Environmental Humanities ANEH News June 26, 2017 ************************************ NEWS ANEH’s Secretary, Dr Noah Echa Attah wins the prestigious African Peacebuilding Network/SSRC research grant (2017). His research will focus on “Large-Scale Land Acquisition in Nigeria: Interrogating the Conflict Trajectories and Critical Issues for Pro-Poor Peacebuilding”. Attah is a 2012 African Humanities Programme of […]

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  • Invitation to Crowdsourcing Urban Sustainability Governance

    Dear colleagues, I am just starting a new research project, funded by EU Marie-Curie Action, exploring how increasing ICT-people interactions are transforming the governance of urban sustainability. The project title is “CROWD_USG. Crowdsourcing Urban Sustainability Governance” and it focuses on the potential of crowdsourcing-kind processes and tools for advancing co-creative and participatory innovation networks toward […]

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  • Post-doctoral Research Assistant Position

    We are looking for a three-year full-time postdoctoral research assistant to work with a group of UK-based academics on a project examining local-level models of flood risk management in England through a historical study of Internal Drainage Boards. The project complements the Environment Agency’s efforts to establish Water Level Management Boards designed to enable communities […]

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  • Environmental Humanities: Call for Applicationn

    Call for Applications ENHANCE School in Public Environmental Humanities 2-6 October 2017 KTH Environmental Humanities Laboratory Division of History of Science, Technology and Environment KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm, Sweden Environmental Humanities (EHum) is a relatively new but rapidly expanding field that brings the cultural, historical and ethical dimensions of environmental issues into conversation […]

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  • ANEH’s Secretary Wins African Peacebuilding Network/SSRC 2017 Research Grant

    The pioneer Secretary of ANEH, Dr Noah Echa Attah has been awarded a prestigious research grant by the African Peacebuilding Network (APN). The grant will enable Dr Attah’s research on  “Large-Scale Land Acquisition in Nigeria: Interrogating the Conflict Trajectories and Critical Issues for Pro-Poor Peacebuilding”. Dr Attah holds a PhD in History from the University of […]

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  • ANEH MEMBERS WINS PRESTIGIOUS ACLS GRANT

    Dr Azeez Olaniyan has recently been announced as one of the fellows of the African Humanities Program (AHP) of the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) for the 2014/2015 edition.  The offer carries a sum of $18,000.00. ACLS was founded in 1919 to advance scholarship in humanities by making available to scholars a generous amount […]

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  • The RCC; Call for Fellows, 2016-17

    The Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society invites applications for its 2016–17 cohort of postdoctoral and senior fellows. The fellowship program is designed to bring together excellent scholars who are working in environmental history and related disciplines. The center will award fellowships to scholars from a variety of countries and disciplines. Applicants’ research and […]

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  • Transformations of the Earth: International Graduate Student Workshop in Environmental History

    Location: Renmin University, China Conveners: Christof Mauch (Rachel Carson Center), Mingfang Xia (Renmin University), Donald Worster (Renmin University) This conference is open to advanced graduate students and early postdocs, regardless of department, discipline, or country. The purpose of the conference is to provide promising, but inexperienced scholars an opportunity to present their work in progress […]

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  • “NEW”: E-PUBLICATION OPPORTUNITY ON INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE RESPONSE TO CLIMATE CHANGE – VISIT WWW.AFRICACLIMATECHANGE.COM

    Invitation for Fellowship Application The Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society invites applications for its 2015–16 cohort of postdoctoral and senior fellows. The fellowship program is designed to bring together excellent scholars who are working in environmental history and related disciplines. For Phase II of the Carson Center (beginning on 1 August 2015), we […]

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