Online Writing

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


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?