Seeing the Woods

A blog by the Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society

CfP: Co-evolving Socioeconomic Arrangements and Landscapes

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RCC alumnus Maurits Ertsen announces the following call for papers.

In order to build understanding on and provide empirical evidence for co-evolving social/economic arrangements and landscapes as environmental systems, two sessions are organized at two different venues.

  • A session on Co-evolution of water systems and societies, to be held at the European Geosciences Union – 27 April-2 May 2014 in Vienna
  • A session on Human Niche Construction in Landscape Archaeology, to be held at the 3rd International Landscape Archaeological Conference 2014 – 17-20 September 2014 in Rome

At these sessions, both held in great cities with huge and fascinating histories, many  kinds of papers are welcomed: studies that take a historical or archaeological approach, studies that use social science methods to assess how communities and societies create and respond to environmental change, and natural scientific studies on those changes.

For more information, please click here to download the PDF.

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