A little while back, I posted about the
five seven eight NiCHE members who landed potentially-permanent jobs of late. I am happy to provide yet one more update this spring, bringing the total to ten! A big congratulations to
Jennifer Bonnell, specialist in Canadian environmental history and HGIS, who joins the Department of History at York University.
Daniel Macfarlane, transnational/borderland Canadian/American environmental historian, completing his first year in the Department of Environmental and Sustainability Studies at Western Michigan University. (How did I miss you last time, Dan?)
They follow Jon Clapperton, Dagomar Degroot, Jess Dunkin, Don Lafreniere, Josh MacFadyen, Mark McLaughlin, Daniel Rück, and Shannon Stunden Bower, all hired since last fall — seven just this spring. Their success shows the strength of environmental history / historical geography in Canada these days and sets the field in great standing for the future.
Latest posts by Alan MacEachern (see all)
- Review of Mannell, Living Lightly on the Earth - February 6, 2019
- Canopy: An Interview with Alan MacEachern - January 15, 2019
- The Year in Apocalypses - December 31, 2018
- Morley K. Thomas, 1918-2018 - April 27, 2018
- When History Stops at the Border - April 11, 2018
- World Congress of Environmental History 2019: Call for Papers - March 10, 2018
- Historical GIS survey - February 26, 2018
- Groundhog Rising - February 1, 2018
- Canada’s Anthropocene: A Roundtable - January 24, 2018
- The Alanthropocene - January 15, 2018