In the beautiful South Yorkshire at the University of Sheffield for the Digital Humanities Congress. Plus the first outing of my Medusa HGIS maps! Join me on Saturday in High Tor 3. Word cloud of my paper:
“Using data ontology to understand the relational dynamics of film audiences,” Peter Merrington, Matthew Hanchard, University of Glasgow
“Hospital Ships, HGIS, and the Interconnectivity of British Naval Medicine in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars,” Erin Spinney, University of Oxford
“‘A Lordship of the Feete [and] likewise of the Eye’: Using 3D-GIS to recreate ‘promenades’ and ‘prospects’ within English designed landscapes, c. 1550-1660,” Elizabeth Stewart, University of East Anglia
The full program is available here.
I had a great time at the Inaugural Environmental History Workshop this past Monday! Our panel (composed of all individually submitted abstracts) meshed so well!
Healthy Environments, Wolfson Room NB01 (Chair: Vanessa Taylor, University of Greenwich)
Rebecca Wright, University of York, ‘Heating Gotham: environments of health and energy in New York City and beyond, 1900–1950’
Erin Spinney, University of Oxford, ‘Nursing the built environment: environmental medicine in British naval hospitals, 1790–1815’
Tayler Meredith, University of Birmingham, ‘“Eclipsed in such a Cloud of Sulphur”: sunlight and health in early modern London’
The full conference program is available here.
My reflection on the 2018 Canadian History and Environment Summer Symposium “Women and the Prairies Landscape” has been posted to the NiCHE blog The Otter. It can be read here!
I’m finishing up my time in Saskatchewan, by heading to Saskatoon for the Canadian History and Environment Summer Symposium. This year’s CHESS features both the traditional summer school and a new workshop component for the recently launched Papers in Canadian History and Environment. I will be workshopping my paper: “‘The Hardships he labours under for want of an Allowance of Fuel in that severe Climate’: Environment and Military and Naval Hospitals in Canada 1756-1814.”
Word cloud of my paper:
Watch later in June for my Congress/CHESS retrospective on my Saskatchewan conferencing adventures!
Bright and early tomorrow morning I am off to the American Society for Environmental History conference in Seattle!
Word cloud of my paper “Regulators of an Internal Environment: British Naval Nursing in Late-Eighteenth Century Hospitals”
Saturday April 2nd 3-4:30pm Public Health and Environmental History
Chair: Josh MacFadyen, Arizona State University
“Regulators of an Internal Environment: British Naval Nursing in Late-Eighteenth Century Hospitals” Erin Spinney, University of Saskatchewan
“Starving Children, Scientific Nutrition, and the American Relief Administration’s Mission in Central Europe, 1918-1923” Paul Niebrzydowski, Ohio State University
“The Janus-Head of Public Hygiene. Episodes from China’s Kiaochow as German Protectorate, 1897-1914” Agnes Kneitz, Renmin University of China