Said, Jesse, Trump

This is the fourth post in my series that explores the most-used words in the top stories shared amongst Environmental Historians and Environmental Humanities scholars on Twitter each week. I’ve was pleased up to this point that Trump didn’t make it to the top of the weekly wordcloud list, but this fourth week ends this …

Extinction, EPA, People

The prominence of “extinction” and “Irish” in this week’s wordcloud has the capacity to get the “What about Irish Slaves?” charmers up in arms. This week illustrates the anxiety around environmental politics in the United States and the growing prominence of topics like extinction in public and scholarly dialogues. In environmental history we are increasingly looking at …

Weekly Wordcloud Experiment: State, One, Going…

I’m continuously looking at ways to keep this blog fresh and to keep motivated to write for it. My track record is not particularly good. So, here’s an idea I had. I love wordclouds, I also enjoy keeping up with the #EnvHist Daily that I curate. The daily collection of links is made up what …

Catching up with Environmental History Worth Reading

Every month I choose five to six articles, podcasts, videos, etc. that exemplify the current pulse of environmental history on the internet. To see my choices for September 2016 and October 2016 click the respective links. To watch my and Sean Kheraj’s monthly accompanying videocasts, see below: