CCHRI Seminar Series on Historical Societal Resilience

Sunday, Sep 27, 2020

The CCHRI, in partnership with Princeton's Environmental History Lab of the Program in Medieval Studies, and with the generous support of Princeton's Humanities Council, launched a series of six online seminars in fall 2020 entitled “Past Answers to Current Concerns: Approaches to Understanding Historical Societal Resilience.”  For the videos of the talks: https://medievalstudies.princeton.edu/environmental-history-lab-past-seminars/

More details can be found here.

We are pleased to announce that the series of talks, together with chapters contributed from a seminar series on a related theme, presented by our partners at the Max-Planck-Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena, Germany, will be published as: A. Izdebski, J. Haldon and P. Filipkowski, Perspectives on Public Policy in Societal-Environmental Crises. What the future needs from history (Springer Nature, forthcoming)