The American Society for Environmental History Annual Meeting kicks off today and runs until March 13th. I’ll be down in Portland for the meeting for a couple of days, presenting on a panel about new directions in urban environmental history on Friday morning (10:30am, Round-table 6-A, Alexanders 23rd floor). While I’m at the meeting, I will be packing my audio recording equipment for possible interviews and I’ll post a couple of blog posts with updates on what I see at the conference. Check back here on Friday and Saturday for updates and keep track of the Twitter handle #aseh2010 for real-time updates from the conference.
For those of you who will be at the conference, I’ll see you there!