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The only one of its kind in Western Europe, the Institute for Environmental History was founded in 1992 by Professor T. C. Smout (CBE, Historiographer Royal in Scotland). The undertakes research and teaching in the history of science, medicine, technology, and the environment. The BBC History Magazine observed that the Institute ‘has seized the initiative in advancing the cause of environmental history in the UK’.

Located within the large and vibrant School of History, the Institute enjoys the support of an academic department that has received top marks (5) in its last national Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), and 'excellent' in the Teaching Quality Assessment (TQA).

For more information please visit the Institute for Environmental History home page.

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