Since February we’ve been hosting a group blog on the NiCHE website called the Otter:http://niche-canada.org/otter Dozens of NiCHE members have contributed short articles on a wide range of topics. These posts attracted somewhere from two hundred to over a thousand visits, and the authors did not wait two or three years to see them in print.
Would you like to join the roster of bloggers by contributing an occasional post (2-4 per year)? We are looking for articles from the full spectrum of the NiCHE community: grad students to senior faculty. Topics should address environmental history and can deal with anything from your teaching and research to the historical context of current events or reports on environmental history/historical geography workshops. If you have a personal blog, we are happy to let you mirror your Otter post on your own site.
Please contact me (email@example.com) to be added to our schedule or just send me a 500 to 800 word article.
Latest posts by Jim Clifford (see all)
- E.P. Thompson’s “The Making of the English Working Class”, Industrial Capitalism, and the Climate Emergency - October 25, 2021
- Cycling in Search of the Clyde Timber Ponds - September 15, 2021
- Thinking with History About the Future with Immersive Technology - June 9, 2021
- Canadian Timber Exports to the UK were more than “an episode” - October 1, 2018
- Canada Docks and Quebec Pond - July 25, 2018
- Call for Participants and Proposals: Canadian History and Environment Summer Symposium - December 12, 2017
- Film Review: Guardians of Eternity - January 25, 2017
- “Two chemical works behind him, and a soap factory in front”: Living and Working in London’s Industrial Marshlands - November 25, 2015
- Tracking Cinchona with Digital Methods - June 15, 2015
- Announcing Quelques arpents de neige Environmental History Workshop XXV - October 4, 2014