Said, Komodo, History

This is the eleventh post in my series that explores the most-used words in the top stories shared amongst Environmental Historians and Environmental Humanities scholars on Twitter each week. Here are the top articles amongst environmental historians and humanities scholars this past week (May 15 – May 21, 2017): Monday: “Canadian History Roundup – Week of…

Extinction, EPA, People

The prominence of “extinction” and “Irish” in this week’s wordcloud has the capacity to get the “What about Irish Slaves?” charmers up in arms. This week illustrates the anxiety around environmental politics in the United States and the growing prominence of topics like extinction in public and scholarly dialogues. In environmental history we are increasingly looking at…

#EnvHist Worth Reading: May 2015 *The Special ‘Blogging’ Edition*

Hi all! This month instead of my typical list of five environmental history items, I hosted the History Carnival, which, essentially is a souped-up version of #envhist worth reading list, focusing on the best history blogging in town. My history carnival post can be found here. To accompany the history carnival post, Sean Kheraj and…

History Carnival: Facets of Environmental History

I hosted the June History Carnival for  the Network in Canadian History and Environment. The original post can be found here. “This month I am taking a break from our regular monthly #EnvHist Worth Reading posts to host the 146th History Carnival and focus solely on some of the best blogging that has occurred in the history community…