Last March, the American Society for Environmental History held its 2015 annual meeting in Washington, DC. In addition to a series of daily recap videos that I shot, I also recorded several short interviews with different scholars who presented papers and posters on Canadian environmental history at the conference. This video special features interviews with: Melissa Wiedenfeld, John Thistle, Mark Stoller, Andrew Stuhl, Josh MacFadyen, Owen Temby, Claire Campbell, Hayley Goodchild
There were many more papers on Canadian environmental history, including two entire panels focused exclusively on Canada. It was exciting to see so much great research and I look forward to next year’s conference in Seattle.
Daily Recap Videos:
American Society for Environmental History, 2015 annual meeting in Washington, DC.
Washington Monument. Source: IIP Photo Archive on Flickr
Kheraj, Sean. “Canadian History at ASEH 2015: A Nature’s Past Video Special” Nature’s Past: Canadian Environmental History Podcast. 25 May 2015.
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Great idea, Sean! Really enjoyed the interviews. Will you be doing the same at CHA?
I won’t be shooting any video at CHA this year, but I may see if CHESS 2015 participants have any interest in recording some audio chats for a forthcoming episode of the podcast.