Two day Historical GIS Workshop Computers are a necessary tool for all types of historians. They facilitate access to sources via digital archives, help manage large quantities of documents, and […]

The Network in Canadian History and Environment (NiCHE), with support from the Eleanor Luxton Historical Foundation ran a field trip to Banff National Park on February 12-15, 2009. Ian MacLaren, Liza Piper, […]

Raymond Yee led an introductory group session on mashups and APIs, drawing examples from Google Maps and Flickr. We also had a round of lightening presentations. Raymond Yee How do […]

Rather than hand out candy to ghouls and goblins, Liza Piper, Zac Robinson and a group of graduate and undergraduate students from across the country spent last Halloween weekend exploring […]

This interdisciplinary and cross-cultural gathering welcomes presentations on the environmental challenges now faced by diverse populations, both human and nonhuman, in the Western lands of Canada, the United States, and […]

One of NiCHE’s priorities is to share Canadian environmental history with the general public. This year we are working with local organizers in cities across Canada to bring environmental history […]