A quarterly discussion about the environmental history community and research in Canada.
Nature's Past Episode 71: Water and Anishinaabe Territory
An interview with Brittany Luby and Chief Lorraine Cobiness about water, power, and resources in Anishinaabe territory.
Nature's Past Episode 70: Environmentalism and the Company of Young Canadians
An interview with Kevin Brushett about the role of the Company of Young Canadians in early environmental activism.
Nature's Past Episode 69: Environmental Racism and Canadian History
An interview with Ingrid Waldron about environmental racism and history in Nova Scotia.
Nature's Past Episode 68: Environment and Home
An interview with Karen Routledge about her new book on nineteenth-century Inuit and American encounters.
Nature's Past Episode 67: Science, Technology, and the Modern
An interview with Tina Adcock, Edward Jones-Imhotep, and Blair Stein about the history of science and technology in Modern Canada.
Nature's Past Episode 66: Communicating Toxic Legacies
An interview with Caitlynn Beckett and John Sandlos about the toxic legacies of the Giant Mine.
My only suggestion for CoHearence is to challenge the hiearchy of knowledge. Don't look just at the faculty for answers. Your dialogue can embody the resistance and the change we want to see by not relying solely on "experts."