Série editorial "Literatura e ambiente - Imagens do ambiente natural e humano na literatura de ficção"

Série editorial "Literatura e ambiente - Imagens do ambiente natural e humano na literatura de ficção", sediada na Nova FCSH e em parceria com várias universidades portuguesas.
 
Alentejo(s)https://research.unl.pt/ws/portalfiles/portal/33755593/Carvalho_Raposo2021ALENTEJO_S_.pdf
Beira(s)
https://research.unl.pt/ws/portalfiles/portal/77348703/Beiras.pdf
 
O volume 3 - Minho, Douro e Trás-os-Montes - sairá em Abril.
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Oficinas CITCEM: "Da pesquisa documental à sua análise crítica: uma história ambiental a nível regional (sécs. XVIII-XX)"

Nome dos intervenientes e respetivos títulos das comunicações:
Manuel Miranda Fernandes (CEOGOT/FLUP. Ciência ID: 5113-55E2-958E. Orcid: 0000-0002-0170-2018) – Sobre «a introducção d'esta util arvore»: os primeiros eucaliptos em Portugal, no século XIX

Ana Isabel Lopes (Doutoranda da FLUP. CITCEM/FLUP. Ciência ID: B318-910C-A7E5. Orcid: 0000-0001-9445-1328) – As áreas litorâneas em contratos enfitêuticos: terminologia, interpretações e análise diacrónica

Leonardo Aboim Pires (Doutorando em Ciências da Sustentabilidade pela Universidade de Lisboa. ICS/UL. Ciência ID:  D719-9F27-F5AD. Orcid: 0000-0001-6033-350X) – A ecologia da sobrevivência: respostas comunitárias para a sustentabilidade dos recursos agrícolas (c. 1840-c. 1900)

Paulo Vasconcelos (Doutorando em História pela FLUP. CITCEM/FLUP. Ciência ID: AB12-0881-C8AE. Orcid: 0000-0001-8206-4582) – «A Proteção da Natureza» no espaço lusófono (séc. XX)

Moderadores-comentadores da sessão:
Cristina Joanaz de Melo (U.Nova-LisboaDoutora em História e Civilizações, subárea de história do ambiente pelo Instituto Universitário Europeu de Florença . Orcid: 0000-0003-2190-2209: Ciência ID: DC1E-310F-CBC3).

Artur Cristóvão (UTAD). Research Group - Agrifood & Social-ecological Systems (AgriSES). ORCID: 0000-0002-8501-5169.

Entrada livre!
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XIV Congresso Iberolatinoamericano de Estudos Rurais

XIV Congresso Iberolatinoamericano de Estudos Rurais

Mundos em crise, ruralidades em transformação

(6-8 nov. ESAC/IPC & FE/UC, Coimbra, Portugal)

Convida-se toda a comunidade académica, técnica e científica para o envio de propostas de resumos de comunicações, posters e sessões paralelas para o XIV Congresso Iberolatinoamericano de Estudos Rurais, dedicado ao tema “Mundos em crise, ruralidades em transformação”, que se realizará em Coimbra, Portugal, de 6 a 8 de novembro de 2024, na Escola Superior Agrária de Coimbra e na Faculdade de Economia da Universidade de Coimbra.

Submeta a sua proposta de resumo até 15 de março de 2024

Mais informações em: https://cier2024.sper.pt/

 

Organização:

AEEA - Asociación Española de Economía Agroalimentaria, https://economiaagroalimentaria.es/

ALASRU – Asociación Latinoamericana de Sociología Rural, http://www.alasru.unam.mx/

AMER - Asociación Mexicana de Estudios Rurales, https://amerac.org/

FES-Alimentación - Federación Española de Sociología (Sociología de la Alimentación), https://fes-sociologia.com/

FES-Rural - Federación Española de Sociología (Sociología Rural), https://fes-sociologia.com/comite/sociologia-rural

Rural RePort - Rede de História Rural em Português, https://histruralpt.wordpress.com/

SEHA - Sociedad de Estudios de Historia Agraria, http://seha.info/es/PORTADA/

SOBER - Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administração e Sociologia Rural, https://sober.org.br/

SOMEXAA - Sociedad Mexicana de Administración Agropecuaria, http://somexaa.com/

SPER - Sociedade Portuguesa de Estudos Rurais, https://sper.pt/

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Call for thematic dossiers: HoST – Journal of History of Science and Technology (2025)

Extended deadline: 16 February 2024

HoST - Journal of History of Science and Technologyrecently indexed by Scopus, is an open access, on-line peer-reviewed international journal devoted to the History of Science, Technology and Medicine, published in English by a group of Portuguese research institutions and Sciendo. HoST encourages submissions of original historical research exploring the cultural, social and political dimensions of science, technology, and medicine (STM), both from a local and a global perspective. 

Past thematic issues have dealt with topics as diverse as circulation, science communication, natural history, or the relation between science, technology and politics. Future issues might deal with both established and emerging areas of scholarship. The editors of HoST are looking for proposals for two thematic dossiers to be published in 2025 (HoST volume 19, issue 1-June; issue 2-December).

Each thematic dossier should be prepared by the guest editor(s) and include four research papers along with an introduction.

Proposals should include the following items:

  1. An abstract describing the topic for the thematic dossier and its significance (500 words);
  2. A list of the contributors along with the titles and abstracts (300 words each) of the four research papers;
  3. Brief CVs (300 words) of the guest editor(s) and authors.

The guest editor(s) and the contributors must be prepared to meet HoST's publication schedule:

Deadline for the submission of proposals (general abstract, paper titles and abstracts, and brief CVs)

16 February 2024

Deadline for the submission of research papers to be published in the June 2025 issue

31 July 2024

Deadline for the submission of research papers to be published in the December 2025 issue

30 December 2024 

Proposals will be subject to approval by the Editorial Board and authors will be informed of the outcome by March 2024. 

Submissions should be sent as an e-mail attachment (preferably in one single .doc, .docx, .rtf or .odt file), to the chief-editor: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Oceans Past X - Call for Abstracts

Oceans Past brings together scholars and practitioners interested in documenting and understanding changes in marine systems and human maritime interactions in past decades, centuries and millennia.

Conference themes include:

  1.  How the sea has changed us / how we have changed the sea
  2.  Physical and biological drivers in marine ecosystems and populations
  3.  Scales of sustainable and unsustainable marine harvesting throughout time
  4.  Multidisciplinary perspectives on social and ecological consequences of change 
  5.  Trajectories and repercussions of management interventions on marine social‐ecological systems through time
  6.  Lessons from the past for management of coastal zones and the high seas

Deadline for abstract submission: 15 January 2024

 

To qualify for an oral or poster presentation please visit https://oceanspast.org/opx.php and follow the instructions for submission to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..              

Attendance subsidies are available for some early career researchers, please check the website for eligibility and how to apply.

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Call for articles: THE RURAL, SCIENCE, AND THE ENVIRONMENT: A NECESSARY DEBATE

Link para submissões: https://seer.ufrgs.br/index.php/anos90/index

O RURAL, A CIÊNCIA E O MEIO AMBIENTE: UM DEBATE NECESSÁRIO

Prazo para envio: 1 de março de 2024

 THE RURAL, SCIENCE, AND THE ENVIRONMENT: A NECESSARY DEBATE

Deadline for submission: march 1st, 2024

Editores de seção / Directors:

Dr. José Luís Garcia (Universidade de Lisboa); Dr. Marcio Antônio Both da Silva (Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná); Dra. Nívia Pombo (Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro)

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Call - Conference session 'Beyond the shoreline: Coastal Dunes, Aeolian Processes, and Human Impacts'

Conference session 'Beyond the shoreline: Coastal Dunes, Aeolian Processes, and Human Impacts' - EGU Conference - April 14-19, 2024

Session Details:

Convener: Glenn Strypsteen

Co-conveners: Michel Riksen, Jan-Markus Homberger, Andreas Baas, Kathelijne M. Wijnberg

Abstract Submission Deadline: January 10, 2024 13:00 CET

EGU Conference Dates: April 14-19, 2024

Location: Vienna, Austria

Session Overview:

Coastal dunes, essential for safety and habitat development, are facing unprecedented challenges due to climate change factors. Increased storm events, shifting wind patterns, and rising sea levels are influencing the long-term evolution of coastal landscapes, creating a complex interplay of internal dynamics within the eco-physical system.

Despite qualitative insights into individual factors shaping coastal dune landscapes, a critical gap exists in quantifying their integrated effects on a landscape scale. This session aims to bridge that knowledge gap by exploring the intricate relationships between coastal dunes, aeolian sediment transport, human interventions, climate change, and ecosystem functions.

Why Participate?

  • Explore cutting-edge research in coastal dunes, aeolian processes, and human impacts.
  • Foster knowledge exchange through field measurements/experiments and modelling.
  • Contribute to the development of management strategies for safeguarding coastal ecosystems.
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