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Historical Ecology; HEF2020; International conference;historical legacies;ecological trajectories; geography;archeology;paleoecology;economy;biology

Historical Ecology for the Future

International conference on historical ecology

May 25-29, 2020 University campus of “Ile du Saulcy” - Metz, FRANCE

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Social events:

Free icebreaker: 24th May 2021: 19:00 to 20:30: address: Salon de Guise, city hall Metz, 1 place d’arme, 57000 METZ.

Touristic visit of Metz: 25th May 2021: 19:00 to 20:30 

Conference dinner (40€ VAT excluded): 26th May 2021: 19:30 to 23:00

Key Dates

  • Announcement of the conference sessions: March 2021
  • Second call for abstract: January 2021
  • Registration opening: January 2021
  • Program announcement: March 202

How to reach the Conference site

To reach the Conference Place place: Amphithéâtre "Demange", UFR Sciences Humaines et Sociales, "Île du Saulcy" F-57 006 METZ (downtown)
Phone Office: + 33 (0)3 87 31 56 38 (8:00 am-6:00 pm)

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By bus

  • METTIS Tram line B direction « Université Saulcy » stop at Cité U or at Saulcy
  • METTIS Tram line A direction « Woippy St-Eloy » stop at « Square du Luxembourg » + 10 minutes walk
   Download the Public transport map of Metz

Access by car:  

  • Highway (Autoroute) A4 (Paris / Strasbourg)
  • Highway (Autoroute) A31 (Luxembourg / Lyon)

 Exit 32 “Metz centre”

Access by train

Timetables and pratical information available on the French Railway Website -SNCF (availlable in 10 languages)

  • "Metz-ville" Railway Station,(downtown) place du Général de Gaulle, F-57000 METZ - TGV direct to Paris 82 min
  • "Lorraine-TGV" Railway Station, (35 km north of Nancy) Route départementale 910, F-57420 LOUVIGNY

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