Now the replacement assignment for not attending the online seminar at October 17th is posted here on the website! Click on "Assignments" to find it!
Karin and Sara
Now you can find the discussion questions for the online seminar on Wednesday (17/10) here on the website! Click on "Online seminars".
Because Joachim Radkau's book Nature and Power is more advanced then the other two course books, you may benefit from starting to read it before Part 3 of the course begins.
A short update: The seminar assignment for week 42 is now updated, by mistake we had mixed up the assignment with a later seminar assignment and therefore the instructions in the assignment for week 42 was based on the book by Lasse Berg. As you all know it is the book by Clive Ponting you should read in this part of the course (Part 1), the book by Lasse Berg should be read in Part 2 of the course.
Sorry about the mix up! The new assignment is posted here on the course website now!
Karin Östman Modig
You can find the assignment and the deadlines if you click on "Assignments" here on the course website.
Please e-mail us if you have any questions about the assignment!
Karin and Sara
We want to thank everyone who participated in the online seminar today (sep 28)!
We were both able to skip between all the seminar rooms and listen in a bit on the different group discussions. We both thought it sounded like interesting and productive discussions!
In order to make the next seminars run smoother, everyone will from now on have the possibility to choose whether they want to use the audio format, like today, or if they want to chat (by writing only) in Adobe Connect. The dates and times for the remaining seminars are still accurate. We’ll start out with two large groups one for all of you who want to use audio or audio+video, and one for all of you who want to chat. From there we’ll divide you into smaller groups. For the remaining seminars we as course coordinators will be present and we'll be jumping around between different seminar rooms to listen in on the discussions and/or read from the chat history to see how it's going for you (as we did today).
We will also send out the instructions and open the seminar rooms a bit earlier from now on, so you can come in and try out your equipment. Please enter the seminar room at least ten minutes before the seminar starts, so we have time to sort out the groups without taking time from the discussion.
For the remaining seminars, we will send out links to the seminar rooms just like we did today. The difference will be that you will have the opportunity to choose which room you want to start with (depending on whether you like to write/chat or talk/use audio, during the seminar). You will be given two rooms (two different links) to choose between. From then, we will divide everyone into smaller discussion groups and give everyone new links to new seminar rooms.
For those of you who weren't able to attend todays seminar, we will post a replacement task here on the website during the day. Click on "Assignments".
Please let us know if you have any questions!
Keep up the good work!
/Sara & Karin
The instructions for the online seminar "Personal environmental history" (Friday September 28th) can now be found here on the course website! Click on "Online seminars" to find the instructions!
The seminar starts at Friday September 28th, 10:00 am and lasts to 12:00 am. Check your e-mail on Friday morning to find the link that takes you to the online seminar room (we will e-mail links to different online seminar rooms to each discussion group). Make sure to have a headset with a working microphone ready!
Best of luck, let us know if you have any questions!
Karin Östman Modig
You are very welcome to attend the lecture series "Global environmental history month" presented by CEMUS, this year for the second time. The lectures are optional for you and open for anyone. The lectures are also part of the course Global miljöhistoria, the campus version of the course. Please note that not all lectures are in English, see the program posted here on the website for more information.
Now you can read more about the course in the Course info booklet! Klick on the link "Course information" above!
The course will start at the 15th of September with a mandatory lecture in Uppsala (keep an eye on this course portal for changes in the schedule). At the 3rd of September you're welcome to Cemus on Villavägen 16 in Uppsala for a "open house" frpm 14:00-17:00. After this there will be a open lecture/debate by the founders of Cemus at 18:15-20:30 in lecture room X in the University building. Very welcome!
All information regarding the course will be found here when the fall semester approaches. Don't forget to apply
Karin and Sara