#EnvHist Worth Reading: May 2015

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This month, we take a different approach to #EnvHist Worth Reading. Usually, Jessica DeWitt profiles a few articles and other media she finds on the Web that she thinks might be relevant to the environmental history community. This month, we decided to profile a number of important environmental history blogs. After hosting the June 2015 History Carnival, Jessica wanted to highlight some of the great individual and group blogs that are out there.

As usual, you can watch our video above or here. And you can find links to all of the blogs we covered here:

Edge Effects
Ant, Spider, Bee
The Power and the Water Project
Stephen Bocking’s Environment, History, Science
The Return of Native Nordic Fauna
The American Diversionist
Thinking Like a Mountain

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Sean Kheraj

Associate Professor and Vice-Provost Academic at Toronto Metropolitan University
Sean Kheraj is a member of the executive committee of the Network in Canadian History and Environment. He's an associate professor in the Department of History and Vice-Provost Academic at Toronto Metropolitan University. His research and teaching focuses on environmental and Canadian history. He is also the host and producer of Nature's Past, NiCHE's audio podcast series and he blogs at http://seankheraj.com.


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