NiCHE Articles Discussed: “Unearthed: Catherine Paulin,” “New Scholars Animal History Recap,” and “A Reflection on Human-Animal Relations in Light of COVID-19“ Feature Image: “A Cattle Drive,” 1955, Photograph taken in Canada. NFB Photo Story: Balanced Diet Provides Top Brand Beef: The Cowboy Feeds Canada. Credit: Library and Archives Canada/National Film Board fonds/e011176060.
NiCHE Article Discussed: “The DRAW of Citizen Science | Data Rescue: Archives and Weather at McGill” by Jazmine Aldrich and Victoria Slonosky
NiCHE Article: “The Truth, The Coal Truth, and Nothing But the Truth” by Dave Cournoyer
NiCHE Article Discussed: “Queering Ecofeminism: Towards an Anti-Far-Right Environmentalism” by Asmae Ourkiya
NiCHE Article Discussed: “Sensing Victorian Taxidermy in the Present” by Alice Would Feature Image: “Victorian Taxidermy Bird Display” by Curious Expeditions is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.
NiCHE Article Discussed: “Twice Removed: Environmental History and the Canada-U.S. Border Through an Outsider’s Eyes” by Ramya Swayamprakash Feature Photograph: Gulls on Detroit River, Mariner Park, Detroit, Michigan, Protopian Pickle Jar, Flickr Commons.
NiCHE Article Discussed: “Reminiscences of a (Make-Believe) Mid-19th Century Hudson’s Bay Company Labourer” by Jonathan Weier Feature Image: A park interpreter recreates the 1850s by marshalling his troops at Lower Fort Garry National Historic Site on the Red River in Manitoba, Canada. Lower Fort Garry, by David Stanley, Flickr Commons.
NiCHE Article discussed: “T’akwe Nàdè: The HBC in Tłı̨chǫ Nèk’e” by John B. Zoe and Jess Dunkin Feature Photograph: Behchokǫ̀ on Great Slave Lake, Rae Edzo, NWT, June 9, 2009. Wikimedia Commons.
NiCHE Article Discussed: “The Commodification of Hockey in Rupert’s Land” by Lauren Walker. Feature Image: Victoria Skating Rink, 1893, Wikimedia Commons.
NiCHE Article Discussed: “Held Captive: Prisoners of War and Their Pets in Canada during the Second World War” by Michael O’Hagan Feature Photograph: German combatant POWs at Camp 133 (Lethbridge, Alberta). Michael O’Hagan’s personal collection.