Tenth Annual Graduate Symposium: Saturday, February 11, 2017

The CHE Graduate Symposium's goal is to provide a supportive environment for graduate students to share their work related to environmental and cultural change in the full sweep of human history, and to reinforce the CHE graduate student community. Work on all geographic locations, time periods, and from all disciplines is welcome.

About the Symposium

The Symposium is a special part of CHE's yearly events because it encourages students to present research-in-progress, and to bring their insights into the interdisciplinary conversation that is the heart of CHE.

Each year CHE's graduate students host a graduate Symposium that highlights the diversity and depth of the intellectual approaches the CHE community brings together. A typical CHE grad Symposium might feature anything from a new approach to climate modeling, a history of hard rock mining, a paper on indigenous forestry practices, an introduction to ecological poetry, a cultural history of sharks in America, or reflections on the politics of scale in Central Asia.

The Symposium's goal is to provide a supportive environment for graduate students to share their work related to environmental and cultural change in the full sweep of human history, and to reinforce the CHE graduate student community. Work on all geographic locations and time periods is welcome, as well as both completed and ongoing projects.

Past Symposia Programs