Horses, Horse, Cavalry

This is the eighty-fourth post in my series that explores the most-used words in the top stories shared among Environmental Historians and Environmental Humanities scholars on Twitter each week.

Here are the top articles amongst environmental historians and humanities scholars this past week (October 1 – October 7, 2018):

Monday: “Les mines de fluorite des Ardennes” by Kevin Troch, OpenEdition


Tuesday: Hoofprint of Empire: An Environmental History of Fodder in Mughal India (1650–1850,” by Abhimanyu Arha, Academia.edu 


Wednesday: “Government of Canada welcomes largest private sector investment project in Canadian history,” Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada


Thursday: New Scholars Call for Participants and Fall 2018 Overview” by Heather Green, Network in Canadian History and Environment (NiCHE)


Friday: Great News for Earth Defenders!” by Moira Birss, Amazon Watch


Saturday: Japanese Environmental Humanities Position 2019-20,” The University of California, Irvine


Sunday: Madrid, New Mexico: Coal Mining and Company Town” by Andrea Gibbons, Andrea Gibbons

Top Words

1. horses

2. horse

3. cavalry 

4. les

5. Bikaner

6. des

7. Singh

8. also

9. Delhi

10. New

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. danallosso says:

    Hi Jessica, Have you run into the terms #EnvHist and #OER used in the same breath lately? I’m working on a project to make my textbook and course materials full-on OER before I use them in a class this Spring. So I’d be interested in connecting with others, seeing what they’re doing, possibly collaborating, etc. Thanks!

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    1. Jessica M. DeWitt says:

      I have not offhand heard about such collaborations, etc., but I can definitely be on the lookout!

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      1. danallosso says:

        Thanks, I’d appreciate that! I’ll try to apply what I’m learning about OER broadly to EnvHist as I work on my own project. Maybe it’ll catch on, and I’ll have someting to hang my hat on!

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