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environment, law, and history

The connections between the environment, law, and history are deep and pervasive. Many of us, from many disciplines – law, history, geography, and environmental studies, to name a few – have been working at the intersections of these fields for some time, but have had no common forum for exchanging views and information. This special interest group aims to enable such exchanges, allowing us to share ideas and collaborate in research, publications, teaching, and more.

The group has a blog (environmentlawhistory.blogspot.com) and a listserv (https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/environment-law-and-history), and would like to plan conference sessions and develop a model syllabus. Please sign up for blog and listserv updates, and feel free to email David Schorr (dschorr@tau.ac.il) for more information or with any ideas.

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