A little while back, I posted about the
five seven eight NiCHE members who landed potentially-permanent jobs of late. I am happy to provide yet one more update this spring, bringing the total to ten! A big congratulations to
Jennifer Bonnell, specialist in Canadian environmental history and HGIS, who joins the Department of History at York University.
Daniel Macfarlane, transnational/borderland Canadian/American environmental historian, completing his first year in the Department of Environmental and Sustainability Studies at Western Michigan University. (How did I miss you last time, Dan?)
They follow Jon Clapperton, Dagomar Degroot, Jess Dunkin, Don Lafreniere, Josh MacFadyen, Mark McLaughlin, Daniel Rück, and Shannon Stunden Bower, all hired since last fall — seven just this spring. Their success shows the strength of environmental history / historical geography in Canada these days and sets the field in great standing for the future.
Latest posts by Alan MacEachern (see all)
- Job – Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Sustainability & the Social, Western University - August 2, 2023
- Online Event – Firebreak: How the Maine-New Brunswick Border Defined the 1825 Miramichi Fire - May 17, 2023
- Storms of a Century: Fiona (2022) & Five (1923) - November 10, 2022
- Climate at the Speed of Weather - October 5, 2021
- Restricted Clientele! Everyday Racism in Canadian National Parks - September 9, 2020
- Material World: Exhibiting the Anthropocene - May 4, 2020
- CHESS 2020 ~ keep the dates! - October 4, 2019
- Well-Grounded - July 10, 2019
- ICEHO Bulletin 19 - March 28, 2019
- Review of Mannell, Living Lightly on the Earth - February 6, 2019