Nature’s Past Episode 73: New Books in Canadian Environmental History

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Episode 73: New Books in Canadian Environmental History

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Last April, the Nature | History | Society series from UBC Press celebrated the publication of its fortieth book. As the first book series to focus on Canadian environmental history, Nature | History | Society has covered a range of topics from urban environments, to wildlife, to water, to energy.

This episode of the podcast features a panel discussion with the three most recent authors in the book series. Angela Carter, Stephane Castonguay, and Daniel Macfarlane joined me to talk about their recently published books. And we were joined by James MacNevin from UBC Press who shared some background on the book series and plans for its future.


Angela Carter

Stephane Castonguay

Daniel Macfarlane

James MacNevin

Music Credits:

“Minimal Tech Ambient” by ZakharValaha from Pixabay
“Acoustic Guitar Indie Background Music for Videos” by lesfm from Pixabay
“Pop Violin” by ZakharValaha from Pixabay

Photo Credit:

“York University Commons” Source: Kheraj, 2021.


Kheraj, Sean. “Episode 73: New Books in Canadian Environmental History” Nature’s Past: Canadian Environmental History Podcast. 15 November 2021.

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Sean Kheraj

Associate Professor and Vice-Provost Academic at Toronto Metropolitan University
Sean Kheraj is a member of the executive committee of the Network in Canadian History and Environment. He's an associate professor in the Department of History and Vice-Provost Academic at Toronto Metropolitan University. His research and teaching focuses on environmental and Canadian history. He is also the host and producer of Nature's Past, NiCHE's audio podcast series and he blogs at

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