History Carnival: Facets of Environmental History

Jessica M. DeWitt: Editing and Consulting

I hosted the June History Carnival for  the Network in Canadian History and Environment. The original post can be found here.

“This month I am taking a break from our regular monthly #EnvHist Worth Reading posts to host the 146th History Carnival and focus solely on some of the best blogging that has occurred in the history community over the past month or so. Keeping with the mission of the NiCHE website, I decided to focus primarily on environmental history blogs, but have also included some posts dealing with the history of science and history in general.

Despite the transition to the (hopefully) slower-paced summer academic schedule, the month of May was a productive one on the NiCHE blog The Otter~La loutre: Amanda Robinson discusses the history of aviation in Oshawa, Ontario in “‘A Terrible Fright’”; Royden Loewen explores inter-species relationships in “Animals, Mennonites and the Modern World

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