Many groups are working to promote and support the work of women scholars, and we hope to amplify these voices when possible. We will link to a variety of these pages, and we hope you will explore these offerings!
- Women Also Know History: a searchable website that makes it easier to identify and connect with women historians. We strongly urge you to register your profile with this extraordinary effort--and please use their resources when you invite scholars to join panels, research projects, workshops, etc.
- Race and the Environment Webinar Series: ASEH sponsored a series of webinars around Race and the Environment during Fall 2020. You can view the webinars at this page.
- Environmental History Now: EHN showcases the environmental-related work and expertise of graduate students and early career scholars who identify as women, trans and non binary people. Since their launch in 2019, they have published a remarkable range of wonderful work.
- NICHE: Network in Canadian History & Environment. Their website features diverse new and established voices in Canadian environmental history, and some fascinating, innovative projects. Check out their podcasts, such as this gem with Dr. Ingrid Waldron, author of There's Something in the Water: Environmental Racism in Indigenous and Black Communities.
- The Greenhouse: The environmental humanities research group at the University of Stavanger in Norway has put together a fabulous group of virtual book talks since COVID hit in March 2020.
- Edge Effects: UW-Madison Center for History and the Environment publishes Edge Effects, an online magazine that features diverse voices. Many of our members have been interviewed in their podcast series; for example, check out the podcast with Elizabeth Hennessy.
- Center for Environmental Futures, U of OR: PNW Just Futures Institute. The Just Futures Institute will be "a transformational regional platform for racial and climate justice" in the Pacific Northwest.