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Category Archives: Environmental History
by Mark J. McLaughlin It should come as no surprise to anyone who has even a basic understanding of Atlantic Canada that topics that we now think of as environmental history have long permeated the study of the region. With … Continue reading
This post was originally published on The Otter, and is reposted here with their permission. by Willeen Keough Profound tensions have developed in the cauldron of pro- and anti-sealing politics in Eastern Canada since the 1960s. In environmental discourse, the … Continue reading
Seeing the Forest (Workers) for the Trees: Environmental and Labour History in New Brunswick’s Forests
This post was originally published on the NiCHE blog The Otter. We share it here with their generous permission. by Mark McLaughlin We scholars can sometimes be our own worst enemies. Take, for example, how we often establish rigid theoretical … Continue reading
by Rafico Ruiz It was in its April, 2003, issue that Environmental History introduced its “Gallery” essay section. In the words of Adam Rome, the issue’s editor, the section was intended to “spark discussion about the wealth of visual materials … Continue reading