If you are a person who will spend a great deal of your professional life writing, you too are likely to become afflicted by Writer’s Block at some point.
Environmental History Now.
The Autistic Process: Research through the Overwhelming
Whatever its explanatory powers, or lack thereof, describing the autistic umwelt or life-world as intense carries an important truth about the advantages and disadvantages of working in academia with autism.
Untethered: Precarity, Place, and People
As Andrea Eidinger’s reflections on ActiveHistory.ca fit so well with our #problemsofplace series, we came together to also make it into a post for EHN.
“Probably New to Science”: Locating Indigenous Knowledge in Colonial Archives
A few weeks ago, to acquaint students with primary sources and the process of reading archival materials “against the grain,” I brought to class a few sample sources from my own research. Sometimes just a few letters can offer revealing lenses into the past.
Intersections between Environmental Justice and Site-Specific Performance
One of the fascinating things about site-specific performance in its broadest sense is that it helps us to think inclusively about bodies and the environments in which they are embedded.
Connecting Audiences to Environmental History: The General Survey Course
Why is environmental history not more “mainstream”? What are your ideas for incorporating the environment and environmental history into survey courses?