Online Event – NiCHE at 20: Cultivating Community in Environmental History

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NiCHE at 20: Cultivating Community in Environmental History

Wednesday, April 24, 1PM ET / 5PM GMT

An Environmental History Week Event

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Network in Canadian History & Environment! We will be holding a number of events across the year, beginning with this online panel for Environmental History Week.

Join a panel of NiCHE members past and present as they reflect on the beginning, influence, and contributions of the Network in Canadian History & Environment over the last 20 years. All are welcome to attend and share their own stories and memories, or to learn about NiCHE for the first time.

Panelists will include
Alan MacEachern
Sean Kheraj
Jennifer Bonnell
Andrew Watson
Estraven Lupino-Smith

Chaired by Jessica DeWitt, NiCHE Editor-in-Chief

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Sara Spike

Sara Spike, PhD, is a cultural historian of rural communities and coasts in Atlantic Canada. She is an Instructor in the History Department at Dalhousie University. She lives in rural Nova Scotia/Mi'kma'ki, where she is writing about the cultural history of fog in Atlantic Canada.

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