November is fundraising month at NiCHE. We’re asking our readers, supporters, and fans to help us continue doing what we love by donating through our Fundrazr page. The money we raise will help us continue to pay our part-time editor and social media manager, provide honoraria to precariously employed contributors, and cover our webhosting and operational costs.
But perhaps you’re wondering, “What’s NiCHE done for me lately?” It’s easy to overlook all the work we’ve been doing, because there’s been so much of it that maybe you don’t remember life without it! So here’s a little review of what NiCHE has published in 2022.
As of November 14, NiCHE had published or was scheduled to publish 233 posts in 2022! That’s roughly 4.7 posts per week, or about one post every weekday (not including our two week December break)!
Our editors organized eleven (!!) series this year, which amounted to a total of 69 posts! You can check out all the posts from each of them by clicking on the links in the list below.
NiCHE 2022 Series
Community-led Histories of Wood Buffalo National Park, edited by Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, Peter Fortna, Sabina Trimble, and Jessica DeWitt (the end of the series ran in January and February)
Sites of Contestation, edited by Isaac Thornley, Alexandra Watt Simpson, Laurence Butet-Roch, and Jessica DeWitt (March)
Canadian Atomic Histories, edited by Joshua McGuffie and M. Blake Butler (May-June)
Succession II: Queering the Environment, edited by Estraven Lupino-Smith, Addie Hopes, and Jessica DeWitt (June)
Water Pedagogies, edited by Sritama Chatterjee and Andrew Watson (July-October)
Learning from and with Invasive Species: pluralities, refractions, futures, edited by Estraven Lupino-Smith (August)
Fire Stories, edited by Mica Jorgenson (August-October)
Visual Cultures of the Circumpolar North, edited by Isabelle Gapp and Mark A. Cheetham (August-October)
Mega Dams, edited by Lori Lee Oates (October)
Ghost Light: Folkloric Nonhumanity on the Environmental Stage, edited by Caroline Abbott Evans (October-November)
We also published:
16 posts featuring new book publications
5 posts featuring new article publications
18 calls for papers/contributors/participants
10 cross posts with other notable blogs
10 book reviews
12 editions of Environmental History Worth Reading
16 episodes of NiCHE Conversations
3 episodes of Nature’s Past podcast
If you missed any of the great environmental history we published in 2022, be sure to subscribe to our monthly newsletter to get it sent directly to your inbox.
We’re busier than ever at NiCHE, and we rely entirely on a volunteer executive and editorial board. If you appreciate all we’ve been able to accomplish in 2022, we hope you’ll consider supporting us with a donation.
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Latest posts by NiCHE Administrators (see all)
- Rural History Roundtable Fall 2023 Speaker Series – University of Guelph - September 18, 2023
- World Congress of Environmental History 2024 – Call for Papers and Posters - June 26, 2023
- Call for Applications: Black Indigenous Waterways Postdoctoral Fellowship - June 7, 2023
- 2023 Winner of Best Article/Chapter in Canadian Environmental History Prize - June 1, 2023
- Job – Lecturer in Environmental History, Newcastle University - June 1, 2023
- Canada’s First Oil Boom: Kerosene Lighting in Canada, 1846-1920 - May 18, 2023
- Petrolias, Then & Now: Exploring Change & Continuity in the Ethics of Extraction - May 18, 2023
- Online Event – Decolonizing Ourselves: Legislating Broken Promises, Past and Present - May 1, 2023
- CFC – The Routledge Handbook of Health and Environmental Humanities - February 22, 2023
- WEBINAR: Supporting Modern Environmental Research with Digital Primary Sources - February 2, 2023