CEH Events

25
Oct
2022

Deep Conversations: Animal Histories

Animal Histories: Decentring the Human in Understanding the Past    Animals have a central role in human cultures, but it is only relatively recently that...
20
Oct
2022

Environmental Exchanges: Kristie Flannery

Oceans as Archives: sea animals, the sacred, and the history of empire in the Pacific  Dr Kristie Flannery (ACU)  This presentation by Dr Kristie Flannery is...
06
Oct
2022

Environmental Exchanges: Katrin Kleeman

Ocean History between Germany and Australia: Georg Neumayer, the Flagstaff Observatory in Melbourne and the German Maritime Observatory in Hamburg Dr Katrin...
23
Sep
2022

Environmental Exchanges: Rohan Lloyd

‘Not a true coral island’: Understanding the presence, absence, decline and regrowth of corals on Yunbenun (Magnetic Island) since Townsville’s settlement Dr...
23
Aug
2022

Deep Conversations: Space, Data, Place

Space, Data, Place: Digital Tools for Australia's Deep Past Digital mapping is becoming an increasingly common tool for historical research in Australia,...
04
Aug
2022

Centre for Environmental History Seminar: Prof. David Blackbourn

Nature and Environment in Modern Germany: A Difficult History Drawing on some of the themes raised by his book The Conquest of Nature, David Blackbourn will...
16
Jun
2022

Environmental Exchanges: Alessandro Antonello

Antarctic Krill and the Temporalities of Oceanic Abundance Dr Alessandro Antonello, Flinders University   This presentation by Dr Alessandro Antonello is...
31
May
2022

Flood Waters: Australian Environmental Histories of the Present & Possible

Join Prof. Grace Karskens (UNSW) and Dr Margaret Cook (USC) in conversation with A/Prof Ruth Morgan on the recent and deep histories of floods in eastern...
23
May
2022

Deep Conversations: Restoration, Recovery and Repair, Part II: Rehabilitation

Amid a climate of crisis and ‘unprecedented times’, moments of destruction and devastation are intertwined with those of respite and renewal. By exploring...
28
Apr
2022

Environmental Exchanges: Jakobina Arch

Mitigating Risks of Coastal Sailing: Adaptations to Oceanic Dangers in Early-Modern Japan Associate Professor Jakobina Arch, Whitman College   This...

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