Conference & Workshop Archive

Nature's Past: Sean Kheraj's monthly environmental podcast.

Nature’s Past: Sean Kheraj’s monthly environmental podcast.

Public Lectures 2006–12: NiCHE has recorded a number of presentations from public lectures since 2008. Some of those presentations can be found here.

Public Lectures 2006–12: NiCHE has recorded a number of public lectures.

2012

Canadian Institute of Forestry eLectures: A series of lectures on Forest History.

Canadian Institute of Forestry eLectures: A series of lectures on Forest History.

2011

Cross-Pollination: A workshop that brings together Canadian experts in the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery to better understand how such media enable us to know and act on behalf of place.

Cross-Pollination: A workshop on the production and interpretation of text and visual imagery.

Transforming Canada: Histories of Environmental Change:  One series of environmental history talks, hosted in two cities.

Transforming Canada: A series of environmental history talks, hosted in two cities.

Canadian Historical Association - 2011: Four recorded lectures related to environmental history.

Canadian Historical Association – 2011: Four recorded lectures related to environmental history.

2010

American Society for Environmental History: The annual meeting of the ASEH, held in Portland, Oregon

American Society for Environmental History: The annual meeting of the ASEH, held in Portland, Oregon

Place and Replace: A conference meant to provoke questions about location in Western Canada, and about what is at stake when places and peoples’ relationship to them change or are contested.

Place and Replace: A conference meant to provoke questions about location in Western Canada.

New Perspectives on Parks: Canadian national, provincial and local/regional parks are of global significance. And yet, more than 300,000km2 of Canadian provincial and local/regional parks to remain largely ignored.

New Perspectives on Parks: Canadian parks are of global significance and yet local/regional parks remain largely ignored.

Canadian History & Environment Summer School - Montreal: NiCHE's annual workshop intended to provide a forum for graduate students, post doctoral fellows, faculty members and other interested parties.

Time and a Place – PEI: A workshop that brought together 60 international participants to develop links between the Island’s past, present and future.

Canadian History & Environment Summer School - Montreal: NiCHE's annual workshop intended to provide a forum for graduate students, post doctoral fellows, faculty members and other interested parties

Canadian History & Environment Summer School – Montreal: Annual workshop for grad students, fellows, faculty members and other interested parties.

2009

Hacking as a Way of Knowing: A physical computing workshop that considered the problem of E-waste and looked at methods for learning from and repurposing articles that others have thrown away.

Hacking as a Way of Knowing: A physical computing workshop that considered the problem of E-waste.

Bringing Subsistence Out of the Shadows: bring together emerging scholarship on subsistence and mixed economies, both contemporary and throughout history.

Bringing Subsistence Out of the Shadows: bring together emerging scholarship on subsistence and mixed economies.

Canadian History & Environment Summer School - Ottawa: dd

Canadian History & Environment Summer School – Ottawa: Annual workshop for grad students, fellows, faculty members and other interested parties.

Northern Environmental History Workshop: For five days, a group of students, faculty, and northern community members gathered under the midnight sun to consider the intersections of northern and environmental history.

Northern Environmental History Workshop: Students, faculty, and northerners gather under the midnight sun to consider environmental history.

Svartarkot Workshop - Iceland: Seven Canadians journeyed to Iceland with support from NiCHE, where they took part in an environmental history workshop at the "end of the earth."

Svartarkot Workshop – Iceland: Seven Canadians journeyed to Iceland where they took part in an environmental history workshop at the “end of the earth.”

American Society for Environmental History - 2009: The annual meeting for the ASEH, held in Talahassee, Florida.

American Society for Environmental History – 2009: The annual meeting for the ASEH, held in Talahassee, Florida.

NiCHE Slidecasts - 2009: A series of slidecasts related to Environmental History.

NiCHE Slidecasts – 2009: A series of slidecasts related to Environmental History.

Canadian History & Environment Summer School – Ottawa: Annual workshop for grad students, fellows, faculty members and other interested parties.

Canadian History & Environment Summer School – Ottawa: Annual workshop for grad students, fellows, faculty members and other interested parties.

Canadian Historical Association – 2011: Three Recorded lectures related to environmental history.

Canadian Historical Association – 2009: Sixteen Recorded lectures related to environmental history.

2008

Canadian Climate History Workshop:  A two day workshop that discussed the study of climate in Canada.

Canadian Climate History Workshop:
A two day workshop that discussed the study of climate in Canada.

Rethinking the Great White North: Held in Kingston, Ontario. February, 2008.

Rethinking the Great White North: Held in Kingston, Ontario. February, 2008.

Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting: The annual meeting of the CHA, held in Ottawa in 2008

Canadian Historical Association Annual Meeting: The annual meeting of the CHA, held in Ottawa in 2008

Western Canadian Studies Conference: Western Canadian Studies Conference.

Western Canadian Studies Conference: Western Canadian Studies Conference.

Canadian Parks for Tomorrow: Held in Calgary, 2008.

Canadian Parks for Tomorrow: Held in Calgary, 2008.

Considering Site C: A roundtable discussion about the proposed Site C dam in the BC interior. Sponsored by Nature | History | Society.

Considering Site C: A roundtable discussion about the proposed Site C dam in the BC interior. Sponsored by Nature | History | Society.

W.F. Ganong Colloquium 2008: Sponsored by History & Environment in the Atlantic Region and held at Dalhousie University, Halifax.

W.F. Ganong Colloquium 2008: Sponsored by History & Environment in the Atlantic Region and held at Dalhousie University, Halifax.

Quelques Arpents de Neige 2008: Presentations recorded at the public lectures sponsored by Quelques Arpents de Neige.

Quelques Arpents de Neige 2008: Presentations recorded at the public lectures sponsored by Quelques Arpents de Neige.

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