Online Writing


Institutional Compost Salt Cod and Graft, the Gems that Make Archives So Captivating Talking Hard Copy to Born-Digital Peers Remembrance Day Ceremony in Ottawa, 2014: Reflections and Impressions Cottage Concerns, or Hope Springs Eternal How to write a blog post… The Dream Team An environmental historian's review of Edward Burtynsky's Watermark Does Kurk Dorsey's Whales and Nations have much to say about Canada?

Georgetown Environmental History

For Historians, By Historians: Learning GIS Skills at Georgetown Our First Graduate Student Conference! Notes from the Archives of Ontario - Worth the Trek Bulldozers, Birds´╗┐ and Late Twentieth-Century Urban Transformations in New Toronto

Georgetown University Mellon Sawyer Anthropocene Seminar

Reflections on Accessibility Co-authored with Megan Dean and Prof. Dana Luciano Best Practices for (More) Sustainable Events: Event Planning in Compromised Times Co-authored with Megan Dean

NiCHE (Network in Canadian History of the Environment)

Transcending Borders: New Scholars First Meeting & Our Upcoming Discussion Co-authored with Robynne Mellor