NiCHE members should remember Mark McLaughlin as the excellent co-organizers of the 2011 CHESS in St. Andrews. Now Mark’s local fame is on the rise with a front page article about his spruce budworm spraying research and the connects between this history and the current controversies over hydro-fracking in New Brunswick. Sadly the newspaper article requires a subscription to read it online, but thankfully Mark provide us with a PDF version for your reading pleasure.
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Associate Professor at University of Saskatchewan
Jim Clifford is an associate professor of environmental history at the University of Saskatchewan. He published West Ham and the River Lea: A Social and Environmental History of London’s Industrialized Marshland, 1839–1914 with the UBC Press in 2017.
Latest posts by Jim Clifford (see all)
- CFP: Timber Colonialism Workshop - January 27, 2023
- 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