This is the 134th post in my series that explores the most-used words in the top stories shared among Environmental Historians and Environmental Humanities scholars on Twitter each week.
Here are the top articles among environmental historians and humanities scholars this past week (September 16, 2019 – September 22, 2019):
Monday: “The Environmental Movement Needs to Reckon with Its Racist History” by Julian Brave NoiseCat, Vice
Tuesday: “How Unbelievable Tells a True Crime Story Without ‘Rape Porn’” by Lila Shapiro, Vulture
Wednesday: “Leading burger supplier sourced from Amazon farmer using deforested land” by Andrew Wasley, Alexandra Heal and André Campos, The Guardian UK
Thursday: “Most Plastic Products Contain Potentially Toxic Chemicals, Study Reveals” by Kevin Loria, Consumer Reports
Friday: “Assistant Professor in Maritime History” by Williams College, Williams-Mystic Maritime Studies Program, H-Net Job Guide
Saturday: “World Sees ‘Largest Environmental Protest in History’ for Climate Action” by Kabir Agarwal, The Wire