Archivos de la categoría Recursos compartidos / digital humanities

Expo (virtual): Una historia del agua en la Bogotá del siglo XX

Ya está online la versión en español de la exposición virtual “Las corrientes de la ciudad: Una historia del agua en la Bogotá del siglo XX”, que publicamos en inglés el año pasado en el portal Environment and Society, una de las iniciativas del Rachel Carson Center. Esta es una contribución de la Línea de investigación Historia Ambiental a la comprensión de la complejidad urbana, ambiental e histórica de Bogotá.

 

Portuguese portail on Environmental History (NUEVO !!!)

REPORT(H)A is a Portuguese network dedicated to Environmental History.

Un nuevo portal portugués en Historia Ambiental ha sido creado por nuestros colegas portugueses. Desde 2011, cuando todavía la ESEH tenía una representación “ibérica” de historiadoras ambientales, mezclando España y Portugal en una misma unión, las y los colegas portugueses han avanzado a grandes pasos.

Guimaraes fue la sede del congreso mundial de Historia Ambiental en 2014 y ahora han creado esea hermoso y bien realizado portal web.

http://www.reportha.org/en/

Sigue leyendo Portuguese portail on Environmental History (NUEVO !!!)

Spanish Environmental History Blogging: the Asbestos’ blog

Asbestos risks in Spain (1960-2002)


“Our research has revealed evidence of the early knowledge of the risks of asbestos in the Spanish medical literature and has identified the roles played by the different social agents in the recognition of the problem during the “democratic transition” period in Spain.”

Project HAR2009-07543

Historia ambiental episodio 2. Podcast de Ruedha: Asbestos

Podcasts de la Ruedha
Podcasts de la Ruedha

Alfredo MENENDEZ NAVARRO (Universidad de Granada): «Asbestos, cancer and worker mobilisations during the transition to democracy in Spain», in Laure PITTI & Pascal MARICHALAR, 2013, Maladies industrielles et mobilisations collectives, séminaire du Centre Pouchet, le 11 fevrier.

(download here)

Apple: (click here)

Also in Archives.org (click here)

Sigue leyendo Historia ambiental episodio 2. Podcast de Ruedha: Asbestos

Podcast nuevo co-producido: El medio ambiente de los trabajadores en el siglo XX

Renaud BÉCOT, Pablo CORRAL BROTO y Canal-U de la EHESS (canal de televisión de la École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales de Paris) hemos co-producido un nuevo podcast sobre historia ambiental y mundo del trabajo en el siglo XX que queremos compartir con vosotros, libre y gratuitamente. La jornada fue posible gracias al empeño de Renaud BÉCOT, a la ayuda técnica de Pablo CORRAL BROTO y a la respuesta y motivación de los ponentes, presidentes de sesión y conferenciante. La EHESS, el CMH y nuestro homólogo francés, el RUCHE, aportaron la financiación necesaria.

La jornada “El medio ambiente de los trabajadores” pretenía poner en relación las distintas investigaciones en historia ambiental en torno al mundo del trabajo y la acción sindical. En dicho podcast aparecen pues las ponencias de los participantes y la conferencia de Stefania Barca (Vicepresidenta de la European Society for Environmental History). Algunas ponencias leídas no aparecen por deseos expresos de los autores, para nada por motivos de calidad de investigación, sino por cuestión de derechos.

En este video, montaje efectuado por los organizadores mismos (por lo tanto sin los medios materiales más óptimos), se puede escuchar con relativa buena calidad las ponencias que aparecen más abajo. Esperamos que sea de vuestro interés.

Session 1 : Santé, Travail, Environnement / Health, Work and Environment

Président de panel : Pascal Marichalar (CNRS)
http://www.cmh.ens.fr/hopmembres.php?action=ficheperso&id=31

– Marco Saraceno (Université Paris X Nanterre) : « Le congrès d’hygiène des travailleurs et des ateliers (1904-1909). L’amélioration de l’environnement de travail par l’étude du geste professionnel »
http://u-paris10.academia.edu/MarcoSaraceno

– Philippe Martin (Université de Nantes) : « Permanence du geste technique et de la pénibilité du travail dans un environnement agressif.  L’usine d’électrochimie des mines de Lens (1929-1972) »
http://www.sciences.univ-nantes.fr/cfv/membres/philippe-martin

– Elena Davigo (Université Paris VII et Université de Bologne) : « La lutte ouvrière de Castellanza (Italie) pendant les années 1970 : corps, santé et environnement »

Anne Marchand (Université d’Évry et Université de Provence) : « Le risque cancérogène au travail : la difficile reconstitution des expositions passées. Un éclairage à partir des personnes atteintes de cancer et engagées dans des démarches de reconnaissance en maladies professionnelles en Seine-Saint-Denis »
http://www.lames.cnrs.fr/spip.php?article17

 

Session 3 : Le travail et la définition des politiques de l’environnement, années 1968 / Work and the definition of environmental policies during the Sixties and Seventies

Président de panel : Nicolas Hatzfeld (Université d’Evry)
http://idhe.u-paris10.fr/idhe-nanterre/hatzfeld-nicolas-101417.kjsp

– Catherine Bonne (Université Paris Dauphine) : « Les modes d’intervention des travailleurs dans la gestion environnementale des entreprises, années 1970 »
http://drm.dauphine.fr/fr/most/membres/catherine-bonne

– Pablo Corral Broto (EHESS) : « Le rôle du mouvement ouvrier clandestin espagnol dans les conflits environnementaux sous le franquisme (Aragon, 1967-1979) »
http://www.cmh.ens.fr/ett/hopmembres.php?action=ficheperso&id=453

Sébastien Jolis (Centre d’histoire sociale – Paris I) : « ”Un urbanisme au service de l’homme”. Logement, cadre de vie et environnement dans les réseaux communistes, années 1960 et 1970 »
http://histoire-sociale.univ-paris1.fr/spip.php?article155

 

Conférence de Stefania Barca (Université de Coimbra) : « Labor and the environment. A transnational overview (19th – 20th centuries) »
http://www.ces.uc.pt/investigadores/cv/stefania_barca.php?id_lingua=2

ESEH Newletter No. 4

Dear Friends and Colleagues, Members of the ESEH:

In the hope that you are all having an enjoyable summer, I am writing to you today first and foremost because I just received the password for access to our journal Environment and History.

We are very grateful to Whitehorse Press for providing all ESEH members free access to recent and current issues of Environment and History.

I’d like to use this opportunity to remind you that ESEH members receive multiple benefits besides electronic access to the journal, including:

  • a greatly reduced rate for hardcopy subscriptions  of Environment and History
  • a huge discount for the registration at ESEH’s biannual conferences (savings of 50 to 150 euros for the 2013 ESEH conference in Munich)
  • the opportunity to write and publish entries for the Arcadia Project (http://www.environmentandsociety.org/arcadia)
  • an opportunity to apply for participation in ESEH summer schools

ESEH membership fees are very low—20 euros per year for those who make more than 1000 euros per month, and 10 euros per year for those who earn less than 1000 euros. Please make sure that you have paid your membership fee. Our treasurer and secretary are happy to send you a receipt. Since the ESEH is a nonprofit operation your fee or your (much appreciated) donation to the society will be tax-deductible for many of you. You may also choose to pay for more than one year at a time, e.g. for past or upcoming years.

Secondly I would like to report that the ESEH summer school in Flaran, France, which focused on rural versus environmental history, was a big success. Ten candidates (3 recent postdocs and 7 doctoral students) from different countries were selected by a committee that consisted of Dolly Jørgensen, Emmanuel Huertas, and Marguerite Ronin. Lecturers from France, Canada and the United States served as mentors.

For the upcoming ESEH summer school in St. Petersburg 16 applicants were selected by ESEH Vice President Julia Lajus and by the members of the ESEH summer school committee (Dolly Jørgensen, András Vadas, and Marguerite Ronin). The participants include students from Canada, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Russia, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States. More information on both of these summer schools will be posted on the ESEH website.

Thirdly, thanks to an initiative of Marcus Hall and Patrick Kupper (both at the University of Zurich, Switzerland) we are already planning another ESEH  summer school that will take place in the Bavarian Alps of Germany in August 2013, just a few days before the ESEH biannual conference starts in Munich.

Fourth, we are excited about the upcoming ESEH conference in Munich on “Circulating Natures: Water—Food—Energy.” The conference will feature excursions, receptions, and a banquet (all included in the conference fee), as well as a book fair and a silent book auction (the proceeds of which will go to the ESEH), a keynote by a public intellectual, a lunchtime World Food Café, and a workshop for younger scholars that will help them develop their writing and presentation skills. Watch for more information about the conference in future newsletters and in the ESEH Notepad. You can also learn about the conference at www.eseh2013.org, where you will find instructions for submitting a proposal for a paper or a panel (deadline October 15, 2012).

Fifth, since our society is now well over 10 years old, the ESEH board has decided to collect images that illustrate the society’s history. If you have photos of past ESEH events—conferences, workshops, board meetings or summer schools—please send them to ESEH secretary Phia Steyn (m.s.steyn@stir.ac.uk) and to our webmaster Wilko von Hardenberg (Wilko.Hardenberg@carsoncenter.lmu.de). We are hoping to exhibit the photos in a password-protected zone of the ESEH website and also to present them at the ESEH conference in  2013.

Finally, you might want to check out the society’s website, eseh.org, which contains new information on the different ESEH regions and (as of August 25) an overview of recent book publications by ESEH members.

With best regards,

Christof Mauch, President, ESEH

Historia ambiental episodio 1. Podcast de Ruedha

¡Era ya necesario un podcast de historia ambiental en español!

Hemos reproducido la conferencia inaugural de Geneviève Massard-Guilbaud como primer episodio de los podcasts que nos proponemos en la Ruedha.

Esperamos porder contar con nuevos contenidos en un futuro.

El podcast puede escucharse y descargarse (download here).

Sigue leyendo Historia ambiental episodio 1. Podcast de Ruedha

An autobiography obout Spanish Environmental Movements History

Pedro Costa Morata, a pioner of green movement in Spain present his autobiography at Lorca (Spain). He was an engineer of nuclear energy and when Franco tried to install a nuclear plant in his village he reconsidered is vocation. Actually, he is an expert —as he confessed— of the environment (Spanish Regional Governments, International Organizations, etc.) and an environmental journalist and writer.

Stories about Nuclear Plants, Green Energies, Social Protest, Eco-pessimism and other from 1973.

VIDEO, Youtube, 48′

[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m52-53iCG7Y]