The connections between the environment, law, and history are deep and pervasive. Many of us, from many disciplines – law, history, geography, and environmental studies to name a few – have been working at the intersections of these fields for some time, but have had no common forum for exchanging views and information. This blog aims to enable such exchanges, allowing us to share ideas and learn about scholarship, conferences, and opportunities for collaboration with colleagues around the world.Just up is a post on law-related papers at the recently concluded annual meeting of the American Society for Environmental History.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Environment, Law and History
Posted by Dan Ernst
A hearty welcome to the blogosphere to Environment, Law, and History, run by Sarah Milov and David Schorr. They explain: