By Dominic Hinde From around the age of 15, I think I had wanted to be a journalist, and in the pre-Amazon time before print publishing’s great data-driven reckoning I would go to the branch of the British book chain Waterstones in my local town and buy autobiographies and memoirs by foreign and war correspondents.
By Giacomo Parrinello (Link to multimedia map) One of the most important things I have learnt over these years of research is that the “archives of the feet” is as vital to history as it is to geography. Historians, and especially environmental historians, should… Continue Reading “Exploring the Po River Delta: An Experiment in Digital Multimedia Storytelling”
What is the Environment & Society Portal? The Environment & Society Portal is the Rachel Carson Center’s platform for digital outreach and open-access publication. Like a digital museum or archive, we aim to inspire curiosity about the human-environment relationship, with emphasis on the Center’s… Continue Reading “Q&A with Environment & Society Portal Director Kimberly Coulter”