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Tuesday, August 20
 

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Wednesday, August 21
 

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1A: Fluid boundaries: Imagination, appropriation and reaffirmation of wetlands in past and present S-240Pavla Šimková • Linjun Xie • Anna-Katharina Wöbse • Liesbeth van de Grift • Katja Bruisch 1B: Disasters past and future M-225Santiago Gorostiza • Maria Antònia Martí Escayol • Muzayin Nazaruddin • Inês Gomes • Inês Amorim • Ana Isabel Queiroz 1C: Science of defining the healthy environment S-238Hrvoje Petrić • Suvi Rytty • Paula Schönach • Janne Mäkiranta • Tuomas Räsänen 1D: Nuclear installations at the border. Transnational connections and international implications A-325Melina Antonia Buns • María del Mar Rubio-Varas • António Carvalho • Astrid Mignon Kirchhof • Arne Kaijser • Jan-Henrik Meyer • Astrid M. Eckert • Joseba de la Torre 1E: Traditional agricultural practices M-213May-Brith Ohman Nielsen • Nitin Goyal • Lucía Díez Sanjuán • Alessandra Carvalho • Robson Laverdi • Evelyn Nimmo • Pille Tomson 1F: Suburbanizing environmental history A-402Renaud Bécot • Tracey Logan • Stéphane Frioux 1G: Roundtable. Environmental history and historical ecology: Boundaries and connections between the humanities and the natural sciences A-121Martin Schmid • Radim Hédl • Gertrud Haidvogl • Triin Reitalu • Giuseppe Bazan • Péter Szabó 1H: Business and the environment S-236Airi Uuna • Nora Thorade • Sofie Mittas • Ayuka Kasuga 1I: Industry, science and the birth of environmental legislation in Europe (1800–1950s) A-224Maya K. Peterson • Anna Mazanik • Andrei Vinogradov • Anastasia Fedotova • Valentina Roxo • Elena Kochetkova 1J: Roundtable. Bounded tongues: Rethinking the environmental humanities through the challenges of translation M-340Kati Lindström • Jeroen Oomen • Daniele Valisena • Sarah Elizabeth Yoho • Anna Antonova

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2A: Fluid borders: Transboundary river regimes and the environment on the Rhine, the Ohio and the Elbe River in the 19th and 20th centuries S-240Geneviève Massard-Guilbaud • Christoph Bernhardt • Uwe Lübken • Felix Mauch 2B: Roundtable. Future directions of climate history M-225Kathleen Pribyl • Dominik Collet • Gemma Ives • Árni Daníel Júlíusson • Katrin Kleemann • Astrid E. J. Ogilvie 2C: Scientific measurement of the environment S-238Otto Latva • Jeffrey Sanders • Petra J. E. M. van Dam • Amelie Bonney • Thomas van Goethem • Jan Luiten van Zanden 2D: Radiation does not stop at the border! International organisations and the transboundary environmental effects of nuclear power A-325Astrid Mignon Kirchhof • Liesbeth van de Grift • Melina Antonia Buns • Jan-Henrik Meyer • Markku Lehtonen 2E: Intersections of agricultural and environmental histories M-213Stéphane Frioux • Floor Haalboom • Santiago Andrade • Barbara Canavan 2F: Mills and towns: Changing attitudes towards societies and their environments in Medieval Europe A-402Tim Soens • Corinne Graffin • Anna Grzybowski • Sébastien Rossignol 2G: Crossing boundaries and using sources in a new manner: War, science and the use of wood between epochs and historiographies in East Central Europe A-121Małgorzata Praczyk • András Vadas • Daniel Marc Segesser • Róbert Balogh 2H: Trade and commodity circulation S-236Marco Armiero • Julia Nordblad • Katharine Bjork • Richard W Unger 2I: Special Session. Environmental history and the boundaries of academia A-224Andrea Gaynor • Cordula Scherer • Sverker Sörlin • Margaret Cook 2J: Narrating nature: The verbal and visual representations of environment in the Early Modern and Modern Eurasia M-340David Moon • Alexei Kraikovski • Margarita Dadykina • Aleksandra Bekasova • Ekaterina Kalemeneva • Aleksandra Murre

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Thursday, August 22
 

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3A: Responding to water pollution across borders S-240Charles-Francois Mathis • Keir Waddington • Yael Gagnepain • Stephan Hauser 3B: Bordering the Little Ice Age and its human consequences: Spatial, temporal and conceptual aspects. Part I: Sources at the borders between humanities and natural sciences M-225Lukas Heinzmann • Krister Kruusmaa • Heli Huhtamaa • Tamara T. Widmer • Kaarel Vanamölder 3C: Ecological thought S-238Leona Skelton • Rune Svarverud • Timo Assmuth • Alexandra Rizhinashvili 3D: Special session. Open discussion forum: Translating energy history in times of transition A-325Ute Hasenöhrl • Odinn Melsted • Karena Kalmbach • Patrick Kupper • Timothy Moss • Andrew Watson • Verena Winiwarter 3E: Eating boundaries: Cultural practices of food between body, culture and environment M-213Robert Groß • Bethany Rogers • Amanda Geraldes • Alwin Cubasch • Anna Węgiel 3F: Istanbul’s urban history unbound: Emergent environmental approaches A-402Shirine Hamadeh • Ozlem Altinkaya Genel • Koca Mehmet Kentel • Sezai Ozan Zeybek • Aleksandar Shopov 3G: “Hard science” and “hard numbers” in environmental history: Interdisciplinary study of natural and human archives. Part I A-121Péter Szabó • Adam Izdebski • Alessia Masi • Fredrik Charpentier Ljungqvist • Georgios Liakopoulos 3H: Constructions of remote resource spaces: Africa, the Arctic and the quest for resource security in Europe S-236Matthias Heymann • Henrik Knudsen • Kristian Hvidtfelt Nielsen • Nkemjika Chimee Ihediwa • Bjørn Lien Bakke 3I: The environmental effects of administrative boundaries and borders A-224Borna Fuerst-Bjeliš • Calin Cotoi • Elina Gugliuzzo • Ana Cristina Roque • giuseppe restifo 3J: Extending the physical and conceptual boundaries of ghost acres M-340Nancy Shoemaker • Jawad Daheur • Jim Clifford • Stéphane Castonguay • Simone Müller 3K: Nordic adventure landscapes: Invention and reinvention of a nature tradition and their environmental potentials A-346Karen Lykke Syse • Karina Standal • Hege Westskog • Daniel Svensson

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4A: Water infrastructure history across borders S-240Christoph Bernhardt • Timothy Moss • Olga Malinova-Tziafeta • Julia Obertreis 4B: Bordering the Little Ice Age and its human consequences: Spatial, temporal and conceptual aspects. Part II: The Baltic Sea region in a long-term perspective M-225Heli Huhtamaa • Priit Raudkivi • Lotta Leijonhufvud • Stefan Norrgård 4C: Environmental history as the politics and tools of timing: Nature-times, calendar-times and political times S-238Kristin Asdal • May-Brith Ohman Nielsen • Anne Mette Seines • Anne Jorunn Frøyen 4D: Energies at home: Transgressing or reinforcing gender boundaries? A-325Timo Myllyntaus • Rebecca Wright • Charles-Francois Mathis • Hiroki Shin 4E: Border ecologies: Cross-border perspective on protected area M-213Jurij Fikfak • Csaba Mészáros • Viktor Ulicsni • Zsolt Molnár • Dániel Babai • Miha Kozorog 4F: Urban natures A-402Petra J. E. M. van Dam • Pavla Šimková • Elena Torres Ruiz • Elsa Devienne • Kirsi Saarikangas 4G: “Hard science” and “hard numbers” in environmental history: Interdisciplinary study of natural and human archives. Part II A-121Péter Szabó • Piotr Guzowski • Marzena Liedke • Radosław Poniat • Cezary Kuklo • Rafał Szmytka • Adam Izdebski 4H: Roundtable. Thinking about capitalism in Mediterranean environmental history S-236Mark Stoll • Roberta Biasillo • Manuel González de Molina • Stefania Barca • Marco Armiero 4I: The environment in European politics A-224Astrid M. Eckert • Thomas Le Roux • Risto-Matti Matero • Jenni Karimäki • Siegfried Evens 4J: Negotiating the boundaries of environmental history: Ideology vs matter M-340Monica Vasile • Claudio de Majo • Jonatan Palmblad • Eugenio Luciano • Jeroen Oomen 4K: Recreation in nature A-346Finn Arne Jørgensen • Ben Anderson • Pollyanna Rhee • Jayne Regan • Riin Magnus • Sugata Bhattacharya

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5A: Through water: Environmental histories of hydrological systems and resource extraction S-240Leona Skelton • Andrew Watson • Giacomo Parrinello 5B: Bordering the Little Ice Age and its human consequences: Spatial, temporal and conceptual aspects. Part III: From South-East Europe to the North-West of the continent and beyond M-225Christian Rohr • Lukas Heinzmann • Chantal Camenisch • Junzo Uchiyama 5C: Roundtable. Histories and futures of “the Environment” S-238Sverker Sörlin • Leah Aronowsky • Etienne Benson • Sebastian Grevsmühl 5D: Everyday technologies: Energy use and transition in households A-325Ute Hasenöhrl • Jim Galloway • Wout Saelens • Irene Pallua • Jonas Schädler 5E: Environmental histories of teleconnections M-213Simone Gingrich • Manuel González de Molina • Rosa Duarte • Vicente Pinilla • Ana Serrano • Juan Infante-Amate • Jaume Vila • Eduardo Aguilera • David Soto • Fridolin Krausmann • Ernst Langthaler • John Brolin • Astrid Kander 5F: Histories of waste A-402Finn Arne Jørgensen • Matti O. Hannikainen • Yaron Balslev 5G: Epidemics, history and the environment: Crossing academic boundaries A-121Dominik Collet • Nils Christian Stenseth • Rodolfo Acuna-Soto • Michaël Gourvennec 5H: Global capitalism, local environments S-236Roberta Biasillo • Onder Eren Akgul • Željko Oset • Siping Shan • L. Sasha Gora 5I: Border crossing and crossing borders in and across Ligurian landscapes A-224Giulia Beltrametti • Robert Hearn • Anna Maria Stagno • Raffaella Bruzzone • Vittorio Tigrino 5J: Geography and ideology: The influence of geographical conditions on national perceptions and national settlement M-340Anat Kidron • Orli Sela • Orit Engelberg-Baram 5K: Contesting wilderness A-346Jane Carruthers • Mikko Saikku • Chris Slaby • George Iordachescu • Nicole Wiederroth

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Friday, August 23
 

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6A: Where land and water meet: Histories across the terrestrial–aquatic divide S-240Dolly Jørgensen • Miles Powell • David Stradling • Tarmo Pikner 6B: Imaginations of efficiency: Human–plant relations in climate engineering M-225Etienne Benson • Sabine Höhler • Ariane Tanner • Jesse Peterson 6C: Baselining nature: On the shifting boundaries of science, policy, and memory in nature conservation and ecological restoration S-238Libby Robin • Wilko Graf von Hardenberg • Thomas Lekan • Stefan Dorondel 6D: Nuclear fallout A-325Kati Lindström • Inna Sukhenko • Anna Barcz • Achim Klüppelberg • Tetiana Perga 6E: Plants and peoples in the US–Mexico borderlands M-213Aleksandar Shopov • Katherine Morrissey • Marta Niepytalska • Ligia Arguilez • Marsha Weisiger 6F: Bordering upon waste A-402Astrid Mignon Kirchhof • Sophie Lange • Alice Twemlow • Katarzyna Jarosz • Iris Borowy 6G: In the name of progress A-121Marco Armiero • Christopher Aldous • Elizabeth Williams • Alexia Shellard • Ibrahim Kışla 6H: Roundtable. Merging environmental history, business history, and history of science and technology in the study of natural resources S-236Per Högselius • Stathis Arapostathis • Matthias Heymann • Julia Lajus • Mats Ingulstad • Erland Mårald • Urban Wråkberg 6I: Special session. History of European environmental protection: A Europe in the World-Café A-046Anna-Katharina Wöbse • Patrick Kupper 6J: Mapping land and sea M-340Giacomo Parrinello • Adam Wickberg • Philipp Lehmann • Johan Gärdebo • Leonoor Zuiderveen Borgesius 6K: From red to green? Reassessing the 1991 boundary in (post-)Soviet environmentalism. Part I: Pollution, climate change and soil degradation A-346Julia Obertreis • Marc Elie • Alexander Ananyev • Benjamin Beuerle

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7A: River histories S-240Santiago Gorostiza • Benjamin Furst • Hrvoje Petrić • Jasmin Hettinger • Assaf Selzer 7B: Special session. Climate witness: Oral history and community-based research M-225Tatyana Bakhmetyeva • Stewart Weaver 7C: Scientific bonanzas: Exploring the boundary of infrastructures and environmental knowledge S-238Matthias Heymann • Martin Meiske • Valentina Roxo • Neta Feniger • Roy Kozlovsky 7D: Envisioning oil A-325Anu Printsmann • Stathis Arapostathis • Yannis Fotopoulos • Serkan Karas • Tanja Riekkinen • Tiina-Mall Kreem • Linda Kaljundi • Fausto Ignatov 7E: Boundaries of race, nation, species, and space: Southern Africa’s Orange River borderlands M-213Andrea Gaynor • Bernard C. Moore • Luregn Lenggenhager • Andrea Rosengarten 7F: Environmental histories of transportation A-402Kaarel Vanamölder • Friedrich Hauer • Severin Hohensinner • Louis Baldasseroni • Alice Harvey-Fishenden • Neil Macdonald 7G: Exploring sources for environmental history A-121Paula Schönach • Luís Pedro Silva • Inês Amorim • Cordula Scherer • Kieran Hickey • Richard Breen • Patrick Hayes • Francis Ludlow • Al Matthews • John Nicholls • Kieran Rankin • Charles Travis • Poul Holm 7H: Crossing the market’s natural boundaries: Alpine conservation and the obstruction of the European Common Market (1970–2000) S-236Patrick Kupper • Jan-Henrik Meyer • Kira Janina Schmidt • Maria Buck • Romed Aschwanden 7I: Conservation’s roots: Communities in pre-industrial conservation A-224Maïka De Keyzer • Sara Morrison • Eva Jakobsson • Abigail Dowling 7J: Struggles to protect nature M-340Stefan Dorondel • Jana Piňosová • Slawomir Lotysz • Jiří Martínek • Alexey Sobisevich 7K: From red to green? Reassessing the 1991 boundary in (post-)Soviet environmentalism. Part II: Actors between triumph and nostalgia A-346Elena Kochetkova • Timm Schönfelder • Laurent Coumel • Melanie Arndt • Julia Herzberg

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8A: Boundaries of coldness: Russian and Soviet coldness talks and experiences between politics, ideology and nature S-240Julia Lajus • Marc Elie • Julia Herzberg • Felix Frey • Ekaterina Emeliantseva Koller 8B: Flood policy and practice M-225Eva Jakobsson • John Morgan • Julia Mariko Jacoby • Leona Skelton 8C: Towards the ecological turn in Scandinavia, 1950s–1970s S-238David Larsson Heidenblad • Asger Hougaard 8D: Crossing boundaries in human-animal relations A-325Andrew Flack • Sandra Swart • Olga Solodyankina • Ana Lucia Camphora • John Heydinger 8E: Environmental colonialism M-213Wilko Graf von Hardenberg • Tara Rider • John S. Lee • George L. Vlachos 8F: Landscapes of war A-402Santiago Gorostiza • Kristīne Krumberga • Žiga Zwitter • Gary Willis 8G: Socio-ecological perspectives on forest transitions A-121Péter Szabó • Juan Infante-Amate • Andreas Magerl • Simone Gingrich • Iñaki Iriarte-Goñi • Julia Le Noë • Christian Lauk 8H: Crossing boundaries: New frontiers of resource extraction (20th–21st century) S-236Ole Sparenberg • Peter Haugseth • Lize-Marié van der Watt • Christian Kehrt 8I: Landscapes transformed A-224Markéta Šantrůčková • Tomáš Burda • Ana Serrano • Ignacio Cazcarro • Miguel Martín-Retortillo • Tal Alon-Mozes • Arjun Guneratne 8J: Creating gender boundaries: Encounters, identity, and environment M-340Alexandra Vlachos • Ulrike Plath • Joanna Dean • Margaret Cook • Katie Holmes 8K: Roundtable. Capitalism and communism revisited: Environmentalism and environmental policy during the Cold War and beyond A-346Iris Borowy • Kateryna Karpenko • Jan-Henrik Meyer • Marco Armiero • Bart Elmore

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Saturday, August 24
 

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9A: Religion and environment S-240Kati Lindström • Ott Heinapuu • Henriette Eva Stierlin • Muhammed Fatih Calisir 9B: “When the rivers run dry". A cross-continental journey of historical droughts, impacts and human response I M-225Andrea Kiss • David Nash • Claire Kelso • Rajmund Przybylak • Piotr Oliński • Marcin Koprowski • Janusz Filipiak • Aleksandra Pospieszyńska • Waldemar Chorążyczewski • Radosław Puchałka • Henryk P. Dąbrowski • Dag Retsö • Thomas Labbé • Christian Pfister 9C: Special session. The Happy historian: How to survive and even thrive in the "academic Anthropocene" S-238Sandra Swart 9D: Animals crossing borders A-325Dolly Jørgensen • Alexandra Vlachos • Peter Coates • Randall Wilson • Alice Would 9E: Issues of environmental justice M-213Hrvoje Petrić • Erik Wallenberg • Marcel Langer 9F: Envirotech histories of the Ottoman and post-Ottoman world A-402Onur Inal • Taylor Moore • Camille Cole • Sean Lawrence • Dale Stahl 9G: Lost in the woods: Territorial governance and forest use A-121Anna Sténs • Margarita Dadykina • Marina Loskutova • Jameson Karns • Shoko Mizuno 9H: Oils: A thousand years of trading, transporting, and transforming soap's raw materials S-236Jim Clifford • Jessica Goldberg • Nancy Shoemaker • Kate Stevens 9I: International treaties and policies as environmental instruments A-224Jan-Henrik Meyer • Omer Aloni • Elizabeth Hameeteman • Robert Groß • Dominik Wiedenhofer 9J: Green activism and popular media M-340Joanna Dean • Federico Paolini • Nuno Luis Madureira 9K: Roundtable. Environmentalism under authoritarian regimes A-346Richard Tucker • Stephen Brain • Michel Dupuy • Jiří Janáč • Viktor Pál Book Display for the Silent Book Auction A-046Dan Tamir

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10A: What makes a steppe? S-240Maya K. Peterson • Flora Roberts • David Moon • Anna Olenenko 10B: “When the rivers run dry”: A cross-continental journey of historical droughts, impacts and human response. Part II M-225Christian Pfister • Rudolf Brázdil • Ladislava Řezníčková • Petr Dobrovolný • Miroslav Trnka • Kathleen Pribyl • Andrea Kiss 10C: Evaluating post-WWII sustainability S-238Otto Latva • Erland Mårald • Frank Veraart • Harry Lintsen • Jan-Pieter Smits • Erik van de Vleuten • Hannes Palang • Simo Laakkonen • Janina Priebe • Anna Sténs 10D: Roundtable. Natural and human economies: Negotiating boundaries in human–insect relations A-325Anastasia Fedotova • Staffan Müller-Wille • Dominik Hünniger • Kerstin Pannhorst • Alejandro Martinez • Ana Isabel Queiroz 10E: Migrating to new environments M-213Linda Kaljundi • Harriet Mercer • Jaana Laine • Gilberto Mazzoli • Elisabetta Novello 10F: The troubled ecological boundaries of a deindustrialized world A-402Pavla Šimková • Alexandre Elsig • Renaud Bécot • Roncato Tounsi Christophe 10G: State forestry and sustainability from a transnational comparative perspective A-121Wim van Meurs • Christian Lotz • Jakob Starlander • Iva Lucic 10H: Soil and economy in the historical perspective in pre-industrial Europe S-236Verena Winiwarter • Piotr Guzowski • Radosław Poniat • Olof Karsvall • Tomasz Związek • Richard Jones • Mikołaj Szołtysek • Bartosz Ogórek 10I: Environmental policies during the Cold War: Transcending boundaries in national, transnational, and global perspectives A-224Frank Uekötter • Pascal Pawlitta • Sabina Kubekė • Josef Djordjevski 10J: Interpretative boundaries between ecocriticism and environmental history M-340Finn Arne Jørgensen • Anna Barcz • James Smith • Torsten Wollina 10K: Advertising Alpine landscapes. Environmental perceptions in Belle Époque tourism A-346Martin Knoll • Robert Groß • Hester Margreiter • Christian Rohr • Katharina Scharf

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Sunday, August 25
 

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