The Call for Papers of the fifth meeting of the European Rural History Organization is now open until the 15th of January. It will take place in Uppsala, Sweden, by late August of 2021. One of the sessions is organized by me (Carlos Faísca) and two colleagues from the ReSEED project (Alberto González and Dulce Freire) and is entitled Seeds and Agricultural changes in Europe (XV-XX centuries).
As it name implies, we aim to gather researchers that are studying the impact of biological innovations in the European agriculture since the 15th century. In particular, we think that issues such as seed selection, plant breeding and the introduction of new plants and varieties will be the most relevant. All information about the session can be found at the following link: https://www.ruralhistory2021.se/call-for-papers/ (Session 62)
If you are interested in joining our session, which would greatly honour us, you can send your proposal through the following link https://appinconf.com/kas/Abstract?projectName=rh2021
However, if the subject doesn’t fit your current research, I still ask you to spread the message across your contacts.