This is the 262nd 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 (March 7, 2022 – March 13, 2022):
Monday: “Hunger Regime” by Nathan Eisenberg, Cosmonaut
Tuesday: “The Complete History Of Monsanto, ‘The World’s Most Evil Corporation’…,” EcoSnippets
Wednesday: “Dr Vera Deacon OAM – The Islanders Chats with Vera Deacon (2021),” Hunter Living Histories: University of Newcastle
Friday: “The wreck of Endurance is a bridge to a bygone age, and a reminder of Antarctica’s uncertain future” by Hanne E.F. Nielsen and Alessandro Antonello, The Conversation
Saturday: “More Voices, New Sources: Using Historical Documents to Diversify a Survey Syllabus” by Bathsheba Demuth, Environmental History Now
Sunday: “Regulatory body wraps up investigation into engineers involved in B.C.’s Mt. Polley mine disaster” by Chad Pawson, CBC News