EHTV


EHTV Episode 06: A Town Called Asbestos Part I

Download episode This week EHTV launches the first part of an fascinating five-part series on the history of Quebec asbestos by Dr. Jessica Van Horssen. For more than one hundred years, Quebecers have mined this unique and dangerous mineral from the northern region of the Appalachian mountain range. This episode […]


EHTV Episode 04: Niagara, Manufactured Waterscapes

Download episode On this episode of EHTV, Daniel Macfarlane, a SSHRC post-doctoral research fellow from the Department of History at Carleton University, takes us on a tour of the hydro-electric landscape of Niagara Falls. Both the site of mass nature tourism and mass power generation, the manufactured waterscape of Niagara […]


EHTV Episode 03: Archival Intimacies, New Encounters in Atlantic Canada

Download episode This month, EHTV takes us to Atlantic Canada alongside two environmental history graduate students as they explore historical sites and archives in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia in a superb video shot and produced by Sinead Earley, featuring Kirsten Greer. You can read a full account of their […]


EHTV Launches: New Canadian Environmental History Video Series

This week Lauren Wheeler and I launched a new video series for the Network in Canadian History and Environment called EHTV: Live from the Field. NiCHE director, Alan MacEachern, kick-started the idea a couple of months ago with a proposal to get video cameras into the hands of environmental history […]