Refworks - new software The big novelty in this edition is the use of Refworks, a web-base searchable database. Check also our acronyms and other important notes how to use this Bibliography.
EditorsMeet our team. We have had many collaborators since the site was created in 1999. Our current team has scholars from Brazil, Mexico and the United States, and has been collecting references in three languages.
SOLCHA SOLCHA is the newly funded Sociedad Latinoamericana y Caribeña de Historia Ambiental. Here you can find links to previous meetings and to new prospects.
NewsletterCall for papers, news on conferences, new books and fresh ideas on the field. Suggestions are welcome.
|Work in Progress New initiatives in Latin American Enviromental History and important resources in environmental history in general. Podcasts, websites, discussion lists are constantly being renovated and should be visited often.||Relevant Syllabi Teaching environmental history in Latin America is a challenge and rewarding experience. Send us your syllabus and see what your colleagues have been doing in their classes.|
Welcome to our reference project wherein we attempt to track the emerging field of environmental history in a way that weaves meaninghful connections across disciplines. We not only offer our searchable online bibliography Refworks, but link to newsletters, conferences, and current field research. In this sense, the project has a life of its own; your suggestions keep the boundaries fluid and responsive to newest scholarship.
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The 2010 SOLCHA MEETING was held in La Paz Baja California Sur, Mexico, from June 15 to 18. Amazing place, fantastic work.. Now it is time to prepare for the next SOLCHA meeting, in Colombia 2012. It will take place in Villa de Leyva, Colombia, June 6-8, 2012.
Update! The new website for the 2012 SOLCHA meeting is on!
http://visimposiosolcha.uniandes.edu.co/ The deadline to submit papers is December 1st, 2011.
Don't miss it!
It's the new journal on Latin American and Caribbean Environmental History, edited by Regina Horta, with suport of SOLCHA. The first issue will be out by mid-2011, and articles in Spanish, English and Portuguese are welcome.
Also in your agenda:
- Subscribe to the new SOLCHA mailing list. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Check out the forthcoming series Latin American Landscapes, edited by Chris Boyer and Lise Sedrez, University of Arizona Press. Manuscripts are welcome.
Also, check our newsletter for a CFP: Miradas en Movimiento, on migratory studies.