Bittersweet Sounds of Home

One of the bittersweet parts of my dissertation research is that I’m continuously reminded of or encountering things that remind me of my childhood homeland: Northwestern Pennsylvania, namely Cook Forest State Park and the forests of the region. I stumbled on this video today. Ignoring the narrator, I closed my eyes and took in the…

Environmental History Worth Reading: December 2015

Here is a link to my choices for environmental history worth reading in December 2015 that I put together for the Network in Canadian History and Environment (NiCHE). Watch the accompanying video with Sean Kheraj below:

DeWitt’s Top Albums of 2015

This is the third in a set of three end-of-year music stats posts. To see my top songs go here and to see my top artists go here. I keep track of every track and podcast episode I listen to on Itunes, my Ipods, Spotify, and Rdio (R.I.P.) by way of Last.fm scrobbling. If you don’t have…

DeWitt’s Top Artists of 2015

This is the second in a set of three end-of-year music stats posts. I published my top songs yesterday and will publish my top albums tomorrow. I keep track of every track and podcast episode I listen to on Itunes, my Ipods, Spotify, and Rdio (R.I.P.) by way of Last.fm scrobbling. If you don’t have…

DeWitt’s Top Songs of 2015

This is the first in a set of three end-of-year music stats posts. Going with songs first because they are the most ephemeral, followed by top artists, then top albums. I keep track of every track and podcast episode I listen to on Itunes, my Ipods, Spotify, and Rdio (R.I.P.) by way of Last.fm scrobbling….