“Ecotone Scholarship and Structural Change”

Stunden Bower, Shannon | from Multimedia Library Collection:

Stunden Bower, Shannon. “Ecotone Scholarship and Structural Change.” Global Environment: A Journal of Transdisciplinary History 14, no. 3 (September 2021): 639–645.

In spring 2011, environmental historians and historical geographers gathered in southern Ontario. Their meeting was organised by the Network in Canadian History and Environment (NiCHE) to discuss the current state and anticipated development of historical scholarship that takes nonhuman nature seriously. Most attendees were researchers focused on the environmental histories of what is now widely known as Canada, though some worked on other areas of the globe. Over a few days, participants reflected on the characteristics of Canadian environmental history and that field’s relation to international environmental history. (From the article)

Published under the heading “Notes from the Icehouse,” this article is a collaboration between The White Horse Press and the International Consortium for Environmental History Organizations (ICEHO).