As Chris wraps up year one of his history master’s degree, Chris and Trevor do one last regular check-in about the pile of essays, grantwriting, and paddling. After this episode, we’ll be back to doing another season of listener questions! Send us your questions about parks and natural areas around Edmonton. What are you curious about? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop us a line on social media.
- “Cultivating Hate in Wartime Japan” (Chris’ paper from HIST 605)
- “Making Space for Fossils: How the Burgess Shale Claimed a Spot on the UNESCO World Heritage List” (Chris’ paper from HIST 700)
- “Making Pemmican, Making People: Women in the Commercial Pemmican Trade, 1770-1880” (Chris’ paper from HIST 699)
- Rebecca Lawton
- Doug Hoyer’s May 31 Album Release
- Harry Potter Trivia Night