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.
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.
Why is environmental history not more “mainstream”? What are your ideas for incorporating the environment and environmental history into survey courses?
There are certain questions that have given my research on the history of the Ilkisongo Maasai and conservation a sense of urgency.
A few miles northeast of Boulder, CO lies the Midwest in miniature—and where our crew from the Boulder Apple Tree Project sampled trees from Sarah’s orchard.
Some elements of gaming worlds are imaginary, and they can give insight into what’s around the game builders—or their hopes of what a better world looks like.
Centering horses in historical narratives offers scholars a new lens for examining the past and our relationship with it.
I met Katie in Washington, D.C. this summer in a box of files from the Smithsonian Institute Archives.