American Society for Environmental History

Founded: 1977    Admitted to ACLS: 2004
The American Society for Environmental History (ASEH), founded in 1977, seeks to promote scholarship and teaching in environmental history, to support the professional needs of its members, and to connect its undertakings with larger communities. The ASEH aspires to advance a greater understanding of the history of human interaction with the rest of the natural world, to foster dialogue between humanistic scholarship, environmental science, and other disciplines, and to support global environmental history efforts that benefit the public as well as the general scholarly community. It promotes these activities through publication of the peer-reviewed journal Environmental History, annual conferences, scholarly awards, on-line discussions, conversation with other professional societies, and public outreach.

CEO Representative and Society Contact

David Spatz
Executive Director
American Society for Environmental History

Delegate

Graeme Wynn
University of British Columbia
term ends 12/31/2024

President

Edmund P. Russell
Professor
Carnegie Mellon University
term ends 4/30/2021

Membership:

Individual: 999

Meetings:

4/20/2021 - 4/26/2021 Postponed, *