Roundtable: Is All History Now Environmental History? The Anthropocene in Historical Context

I organized an environmental history roundtable featuring members of the Network in Canadian History and Environment (NiCHE): Stephen Bocking, Sean Kheraj, and Daniel Macfarlane. Tina Loo is acting as chair. The roundtable, “Is All History Now Environmental History? The Anthropocene in Historical Context”–a title sure to incite some debate–is being hosted by the Environmental Studies Association of Canada and cosponsored by the Canadian Historical Association. Details below:

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2 thoughts on “Roundtable: Is All History Now Environmental History? The Anthropocene in Historical Context

    1. I believe that it is technically only open to those that have registered for ESAC and/or CHA, but I can check and make sure.

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