Music to my ears" 'Cause though the truth may vary, this ship will carry our bodies safe to shore." - Of Monsters & Men, "Little Talks"
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Tag Archives: NiCHE
Summer is off to a busy start so post here have been few and far between – didn’t even get something up about CHESS 2011, St.Andrews edition! Will strive to do better from a writing workshop on Hornby Island next … Continue reading
In April NiCHE started a new project to share with the world what Canadian Environmental Historians do. A number of Flip cameras were purchased, branded with NiCHE skins, and distributed to willing historians to take with them as they research … Continue reading
The internet in my hotel room was very temperamental and instead of staying in the air conditioning longer than necessary the Canadian contingent went out and basked in temperatures well above freezing late into the night. As a result the … Continue reading
March 24-28 an interdisciplinary workshop is taking place at the University of Alberta. It is called Cross-Pollinations: Seeding New Ground for Environmental Thought & Activism across the Arts & Humanities and it includes public talks on March 24 and March … Continue reading
How do we go about making environmental history more public? This is a difficult task and I think it requires a shift in thinking about the field. Continue reading
In the past year I have spent approximately 30 hours in airplanes going to conferences and workshops. That is about 19 914km travelled – a footprint I try not to think about too much. The reason for all this travel … Continue reading
Total Anne Count: Accidentally went to a couple of the more touristy places in downtown Charlottetown…and then the airport…too many Anne’s to count. Continue reading
From town to the fields, and tea around every corner.
Total Anne Count: 10 – finally cracked the double digits! Continue reading
Beeches, Beaches, Lobster, and mussels
Total Anne Count: 6 – honestly thought there would be more Anne… Continue reading