SOURCE: Black Perspectives
Appalachian Hillsides as Black Ecologies: Housing, Memory, and The Sanctified Hill Disaster of 1972
by Jillean McCommons
The Sanctified Hill disaster exposed the vulnerability of Black people to climate events due to a combination of placement and neglect.
What Can One Ecologist Teach Historians?
by John Gaudet
Ecology can help substantiate historical changes that might otherwise go unnoticed.
India’s Cities Have an Ecological Crisis. A Historian Knows How They Got There.
by Harini Nagendra
It was during the colonial and post-colonial period when the people of India’s relationship with nature changed (for the worse).
We’ve Come to Think of the Anthropocene as Bad
by Jan Kunnas
But we can make a good Anthropocene as well.
Humanity’s Ecological History in the Grocery Aisle
by Ruth DeFries
In just two hundred thousand years, a blink compared to the 4.5 billion year history of our planet, we have become the only species whose members live mostly in cities and subsist from food produced by a minority.
- To Understand Antivaxers, Consider Aristotle
- Howard Schultz Gets Roasted More than Starbucks Beans by Senators
- A Secret Joke Clouds Harvard's Affirmative Action Case
- An Amateur Historian Helped Find Richard III's Remains Under a Parking Garage. Her Story Hits the Screen
- Why LAUSD Teachers Walked Out