Nature's Past episode 61: "Why Graduate Students Study Environmental History"

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Kheraj, Sean. “Episode 61: Why Graduate Students Study Environmental History.” Nature’s Past: Canadian Environmental History Podcast, May 24, 2018. MP3, 47:41. http://niche-canada.org/2018/05/24/natures-past-episode-61-why-graduate-students-study-environmental-history/.

Four amazing stories about four impressive graduate students in environmental history.

Ever wonder why someone might study environmental history and write a dissertation in this field? On this episode, we speak with four graduate students (three in Canada and one in the US) about their research in environmental history, what books inspired them, and how environmental history has shaped their thinking about nature, history, and society. (From Nature’s Past)

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Music credits: “Hello” by PaulWernerMusic,  “Hamlet 2.0 – Outro” by Antonello D’Ippolito, “4_Ukulele Dreams 25 seg” by MFYM, “Heartbroken and Brokenhearted” by Raul Cabezali, “Optimistic” by Akashic Records

Nature’s Past podcasts are posted on a monthly basis on the website of the Network in Canadian History & Environment / Nouvelle initiative Canadienne en histoire de l’environnement (NiCHE). The podcasts contain discussion about the environmental history community and research in Canada. They are hosted by Sean Kheraj, an assistant professor in the Department of History at York University in Toronto, Canada.

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