Sharon Wall is Professor in the Department of History at the University of Winnipeg. Her research weaves together themes of gender, childhood, nation, labour, and the culture of modernity. She is author of The Nurture of Nature: Childhood, Antimodernism and Ontario Summer Camps, 1920-1955 (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2009) and of a collection of articles on postwar unmarried pregnancy, including "'Some thought they were 'in Love': Sex, White Teenagehood, and Unmarried Pregnancy in Early Postwar Canada," Journal of the Canadian Historical Association 25, 1 (2014): 207-41. More recently she has turned to researching the history of postwar military masculinity and work in Canada. Though she doesn't get to read as much environmental history as she used to, she is also a fierce advocate for climate action to ensure a basis for our environmental future.