Entries by rptucker

World War I and the Environment

The centennial of World War I begins a year from now; there will be a vast international discussion of the Great War over the following four years and more.  So we want to bring the environmental dimension of the war’s legacies to people’s awareness – both academics and the broader public.  We have proposed panels […]

Welcome to the blog

This new blog is an invitation to anyone who wishes to post discussions of any subjects relating to research, teaching and publicizing our work as historians of the environmental consequences of warfare and militarization.  This is in addition to news of individuals’ work (for now, feel free to send your news to both Sam Shingledecker […]