12 Società europee di storia

Central European History Society (CEHS)

CEHS is as an affiliated society of the American Historical Association (AHA). CEHS was founded in 1958 as a successor to the AHA Committee for the Study of War Documents. Until 2012, CEHS was known as the Conference Group on Central European History (CGCEH). CEHS is a non-profit organization that focuses exclusively on educational, charitable, and academic purposes.
CEHS aims to promote scholarly engagement with Central Europe’s diverse and deeply layered history. As a geographic space with historically shifting borders, Central Europe encompasses the historic states and regions inhabited by German-speaking peoples and their various neighbors in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Habsburg lands, and East Central Europe more generally.

East European Historical Society (EEHS)

The mission of the East European Historical Society is to promote the comprehensive study of the histories of the peoples of Eastern Europe, including Russia, as well as to further the development of effective contacts and collaboration between scholars specializing in the region.
Our objective is to support research of the highest quality in the East European historical field and related areas, with special emphasis given to the publication of archival materials, private documentary sources, and historiographical reviews.
The society was created through the joint initiative of our founding group of historians on September 6, 2015.

European Association for the History of Medicine and Health (EAHMH)

The European Association for the History of Medicine and Health (EAHMH) was established in 1989, with its seat in Cologne. The very position of its seat represents the truly European nature of its mission and outlook.
We aim to foster research and the international exchange of views on all issues concerning health and medicine in Europe and their connections with the extra-European world. For this purpose, EAHMH attracts members world-wide, from North America to Australasia.

European Historical Economics Society (EHES)

The European Historical Economics Society was founded in 1991 to promote European research and training in economic history. The Society is registered with the Charity Commissioners of England and Wales and its aims are stated as: “The advancement of education in European economic history through the study of European economics and economic history, particularly through the comparison and analysis of European economies”.

European Society for Comparative Legal History (ESCLH)

Founded on 5 December 2009 (St Nicholas’ Eve) in The Hague, the European Society for Comparative Legal History (ESCLH) was born out of frustration with the narrow nationalism and geographical segregation of legal history in contemporary European scholarship and professional organisations.

European Society for Environmental History (ESEH)

The European Society for Environmental History promotes the study of environmental history in all academic disciplines and encourages anyone who has an interest in the field to join and become involved.
ESEH aims to:

  • encourage the study of European environmental history in a comparative
  • foster communication among environmental historians across Europe, and with colleagues elsewhere;
  • promote the further institutional development of environmental history within secondary and tertiary education;
  • promote the research and use of environmental history in academic programmes;
  • strengthen the crucial link between environmental history, all policy-making, and the general public.

European Society for History of Law

The mission of The European Society for History of Law is to support and promote the traditional values, such as education and science in the field of history of the law.

European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET)

The European Society for the History of Economic Thought promotes:

  • the teaching and research in the history of economic thought in Europe, taking into account different traditions and languages,
  • the co-operation with European national economic societies and organisations in the history of economic thought,
  • the communications and exchange of ideas amongst European teachers and researchers in the history of economic thought, including the organisation of conferences, seminars and summer schools,
  • the establishment of links with national economic societies and organisations for the history of economic thought outside Europe,
  • the introduction of innovative methods in the teaching of the history of economic thought,
  • the collaboration in researches in the history of economic thought on a European basis.

European Society for the History of Photography (ESHPh)

The European Society for the History of Photography (ESHPh) is a platform for scientific research into the history and theory of photography.
The ESHPh is committed to an open discourse between all of those scientific disciplines that have an interrelationship with photography. The members of the ESHPh include renowned photo historians, art historians, media scientists, philosophers, sociologists and ethnologists, who are active in the most important museums, research institutes and universities in Europe and abroad, as well as photographers and private collectors.

European Society for the History of Political Thought

The European Society for the History of Political Thought intends to contribute to the further progress of the field by providing a new platform for international academic communication and a dialogue between established academics and scholars in the earlier stages of their career. We do this by attempting to establish a network of exchange and information about news and events in the field by this website, by organizing regular (biannual) conferences, smaller scale research seminars, workshops and other events, and by publications.

European Society for the History of Science (ESHS)

The aim of the ESHS is to promote the history of science, technology and medicine throughout Europe. Members of the ESHS are located throughout the world.
The purpose of the society shall be to promote European cooperation in the field of the History of Science understood in the broadest sense.

Society for the European History of Ideas (SEHI)

The Society for the European History of Ideas (SEHI) is a network of scholars from all continents studying the European history of ideas. In particular, we focus on those incremental changes which, in the longue durée, result in paradigmatic metamorphoses in conceptual schemes, mentalities and intellectual habits in theology, philosophy, science, mathematics, as well as in the arts, literature, and music. Within this broad purview, most members of SEHI are particularly interested in the paradigmatic changes that have characterised the transition from the Middle Ages to modernity.

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