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New Issues of RCC Perspectives

Two new issues of RCC Perspectives are now online!

Green City: Explorations and Visions of Urban Sustainability, edited by Simone M. Müller and Annika Mattissek, and Sites of Remembering: Landscapes, Lessons, Policies, edited by Vikas Lakhani and Eveline de Smalen.

All issues are available online and free of charge. Visit the Perspectives page on the Environment & Society Portal for past issues and to learn more about the series.

Call for Applicants: RCC Doctoral Program

The Doctoral Program Environment and Society invites applications from graduates in the humanities and social sciences who wish to research the complex relationships between environment and society within an interdisciplinary setting. For further information, please see the Call for Applications.

Please submit your application by 15 November 2018 via the LMU Munich Graduate Center's online application portal, which is now open. Only applications submitted through the portal will be considered. 

Arcadia: Call for Submissions

Arcadia is now inviting submissions for its spring 2019 edition.

Arcadia: Explorations in Environmental History is an open-access, peer-reviewed publication platform for short, illustrated, and engaging environmental histories.

The deadline for submissions is 1 December 2018. Here's how to submit.

Call for Submissions: 2019 Turku Book Award

Have you published an environmental history monograph in 2017 or 2018? The call for submissions is now open for the 2019 Turku Book Award. This award celebrates innovative and well-written scholarship in the field of environmental history and is awarded every two years at the ESEH conference.

Nominations must be received by 31 January 2019. Download the call for more information on eligibility and how to submit.

Seeing the Woods: Visit the Taproom

Follow our monthly blog series, The Taproom!

Diverse, innovative, multifaceted, and, quite frankly, intoxicating, beer history research has all the qualities of the beverage it studies.

This series aims to showcase the complexity, the scope, and the excitement of beer history. Like a taproom, it is a place for sharing ideas, information, and opinions.

Enjoy. And read responsibly.

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