New blog on Environmental History in Spain and Portugal

Dear Colleagues,

It is my pleasure to inform you about the creation of a *new blog on
Environmental History*. The *Spanish and Portuguese Regional Representative
of the ESEH* has created this new blog at Hypotheses (such as the French
Branch of the ESEH

The new scholar web site is:

You can become a member by subscribing the RSS here ( or writing an email to: ruedha.eseh[at]

At we will share information about Call for Papers,
Projects or Chapters, seminars and congress, publications and e-resources
on Environmental History, and about job opportunities, prices or
fellowships concerning these areas. By the way, you can check here ( all information about the II Spanish
Environmental History Workshop (Granada, 19th and 20th April 2012) or there
( the Portuguese Call for Seminar (March

We need your contributions! The categories of *membership* are the

*Editor* - Somebody who can publish and manage posts and pages as well as
manage other users' posts, etc. People who would want to become editors
should check new posts frequently, and speak fluent Spanish, Portuguese or
English (any language accepted). It is also preferable to be a full member
of the Eseh, Aseh, Solcha, Asaeh, Aeaeh or any other Environmental History
association and to be interested in Spanish and Portuguese cultural areas
of research. The Administrator (the RR of the ESEH) should guarantee the
regular checking of the news posts and will manage the editorial board of
Ruedha. Please send us an e-mail with an ID (nick) and a brief presentation
to: ruedha.eseh[at]

*Author* - Somebody who can publish and manage their own posts. It is a
free. Simply contact us (ruedha.eseh[at] and we will send the
password and inform you how to write a post (basically consisting of
writing simply and briefly, how to link sites, check grammar, and proof
read before publishing it).

You can also become *contributor* and *subscriber*, in that case, please
follow the steps to become an author or send us an e-mail: ruedha.eseh[at]

*PhD Candidates* are *welcomed*, as well as historians, professors, etc.
Languages allowed: Spanish, Portuguese, and English.

Best regards,
Pablo Corral Broto