IHOPE’s Institutional Research Node at CUNY’s Human Ecodynamics Research Center (HERC) is hosting an online workshop on Thursday, May 12th – Friday, May 13th, between 10:00 AM and 2:30 PM EDT.
The Spring 2022 theme will feature Maritime Historical Ecology projects from the North Atlantic and North Pacific and includes presenters from CUNY and internationally.
Thursday, May 12th –
- Steve Hartman: BRIDGES, the sustainability science coalition of UNESCO’s international science program Management of Social Transformations (MOST)
- Poul Holm : Oceans Past Initiative – the human marine footprint
- Ingrid Mainland & team: Landscapes of change: archaeologies of historic period change on the island of Rousay, Orkney
- Catherine West: Maritime Historical Ecology in the N Pacific
- George Hambrecht : Mobilizing the Distributed Observing Network of the Past, CAMHEP project
- Megan Victor: Dunning and Decline: The Shoalers and Codfish at Smuttynose Island
Friday, May 13th –
- Carole Crumley: Historical Ecology for the Future: Organizing at Local and Regional Scales
- Ramona Harrison: The Two Valleys Project in an Environmental Archaeology Context
- Lilja Palsdottir & Frank Feeley: Gufuskalar Iceland
- John Haldon: The Climate Change and History Research Initiative at Princeton: History, palaeosciences and contemporary policy
- Konrad Smiarowski & Wendi Coleman: Norse and Inuit Sealing in Greenland
- Megan Hicks: Colonialism, Capitalism, and Rural Ecologies in Iceland: 1600-1920
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom links to attend.
The attached flier (below) provides a detailed program schedule as well as more information on the HERC and this exciting workshop.
We hope to see you there!