Maple at Crawford Lake Conservation Area
Maple at Crawford Lake Conservation Area
Conferring with Experts. People: Catherine Tammaro, Katie Labelle, Carolyn Podruchny
Conferring with Experts. People: Catherine Tammaro, Katie Labelle, Carolyn Podruchny
Palaces, Forbidden City, Beijing
Palaces, Forbidden City, Beijing
"Ode to Cyberpunk" by Eleonora Gorini, Flickr Commons
"Ode to Cyberpunk" by Eleonora Gorini, Flickr Commons

Collaborative Landscapes

Maple at Crawford Lake Conservation Area

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. I am still digesting […]

Walking Backwards with Bad Knees Through Land and History: Seven Lessons in Decolonizing

Conferring with Experts. People: Catherine Tammaro, Katie Labelle, Carolyn Podruchny

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. Excited to be […]

ICEHO Bulletin 13

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The International Consortium of Environmental History Organizations has just posted its July 2017 bulletin, ICEHO Bulletin 13. If you have a contribution for the next bulletin, please send it to me by early September.

希望: A Postcard from China

Palaces, Forbidden City, Beijing

Lang Kou was until a few years ago a tiny, traditional country village on the banks of China’s winding Lushui River. It was most likely the village’s picturesque quality, its […]

#EnvHist Worth Reading: June 2017

"Ode to Cyberpunk" by Eleonora Gorini, Flickr Commons

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. You can […]

AHS virtual special issue on ‘Rural History & Environmental History’

The journal Australian Historical Studies (AHS) recently published its second Virtual Special Issue, ‘Rural History & Environmental History’. This online only issue draws upon decades of discussion and debate in […]

Five-and-a-Half Things I Learned Teaching My First Course

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I’m part of the relative minority of academics who chose the academy because they want to teach. I went to graduate school without a clear picture of what historians do […]

Reconnaître la culture et le langage autochtone inscrits dans le territoire

Keitha Keeshig-Tobias, "Residential School 2016" Woodland Cultural Center Art Gallery

Note de l’éditeur: Cet article fait partie d’une série de réflexions de CHESS 2017. Vous pouvez trouver tous les articles ici. En donnant le coup d’envoi à l’école d’été CHESS 2017, […]

An American in Indigenous Ontario

Map of Toronto "Purchase," City of Toronto Archives

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. How surprising and […]

Mining History and Hope

Blueberries growing near the site of the Kam Kotia Mine disaster (Timmins, Ontario). Photo by author

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. Mining and First […]

The Reconstructed Longhouse and Environmental History

Reconstructed longhouse at Crawford Lake Conservation Area

Editor’s note: This article is part of a series of reflections on the 2017 Canadian History and Environment Summer School. You can find all the articles here. CHESS field schooling […]

#EnvHist Worth Reading: May 2017

Young shirtless male gardener staking a tree, Niagara, Ontario, MIKAN 4293061, Library and Archives Canada

Every month I carefully track the most popular and significant environmental history articles, videos, audio, and other items making their way through the online environmental history (#envhist) community. You can […]