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🍂Heather Green, PhD @heathergreen21 Mi’kma’ki | Halifax, NS

Assistant Prof @smu_hist at @SMUhalifax. Editor @NiCHE_NS. Researching #envhist #mininghist #indighist #cdnhist #tourism

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Joined Twitter 6/24/09


@car1ygoodman I pull up this truly awesome applet created by @benmschmidt using data from Rate My Professor. You en… https://t.co/1VlhEVEWnu
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11/17
2019
TT job: Assistant Professor, Department of History, University of British Columbia. Early American history with a r… https://t.co/YXJBbvxWvB
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhDVery cool. https://t.co/jTUoQtwA3j @HerbertHistory Yeesss! This is also on Canadian Netflix (and my watch list). Can't wait!
11/16
2019
@envhistnow @WouldAlice @IanJJesseDear students, This is realization I’m aiming for BEFORE you enter college. Learning (and writing) are a process. W… https://t.co/xpLNJ5F00c
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhD“The Complex Truth: Intersections between Day Schools and the Shubenacadie Residential School” by Dr. Martha Walls… https://t.co/3MEzU2jrBF
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11/15
2019
Spotted in the wild...so I guess Im really teaching my first #envhist class this spring !! On a related note, what… https://t.co/UnKZUMwPPG
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhDIt is reference letter writing season and I would like to offer some tips about requesting a letter of reference. F… https://t.co/womEvaQXhG
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11/14
2019
@ErinSpinney @GlennIceton @usaskhist Yay! Congrats Glenn!!
11/13
2019
Coming June 2020! So excited for this book by @doctorallyson76 @utpress @uregina #SixtiesScoop #cdnhist https://t.co/PEEgbFE7vs
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhDFor Day 3 of my environmental justice unit, students will read Winona LaDuke from All Our Relations, Kyle Whyte on… https://t.co/tchAEJxRKf
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11/12
2019
@laurenarcher @mica_amy @AndreaEidinger @TinaAdcock @LooTina @ehameeteman @JessicaMDeWitt @JEBruntonhttps://t.co/PEFUN3hTr7Thanks @laurenarcher! Thank 10 women and keep it going! I've learned so much from these women (among many others)-… https://t.co/sIkyrFczRN @steph_pettigrew @JessicaMDeWitt Maybe? It's usually when I'm typing too quickly @steph_pettigrew @JessicaMDeWitt The amount of times I've typed shitory instead of history is astounding. Thankfull… https://t.co/XNEZjljpST @ODrachewych In short: I'm in a similar boat! @ODrachewych not-so-happy stuff, though, particularly in an EH class where they the political climate needs more ha… https://t.co/5TFqkTT83z @ODrachewych My #EnvHist class had a discussion about this a few weeks ago - I too felt that the content was fallin… https://t.co/fGPJa9yAzv"No pictures please." A good boy napping in the office today. #academichustle #readingweek #deadlines https://t.co/3T1FUu6glC
11/9
2019
If you are attending or presenting at #TracesOfTheAnimalPast and would like to write a follow-up piece for… https://t.co/jEDhzqyvlV
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhD @CamdenBurd It really connected with them! Discussion has been a struggle at this university, so I was so pleased t… https://t.co/ZLcXF98G9OHad a great class discussion with my #EnvHist of North America class on White's "Are You and Environmentalist or Do… https://t.co/IwiGyAcFOJTMW Pam Beesly likes your tweet!😮😂If you're an Office fan, check out the Office Ladies podcast. Lots of fun trivia… https://t.co/gVf6wrVOPs @jennafischer just listening to the Health Care episode of the podcast, and there’s a brief discussion about Rainn… https://t.co/oXTbwKcHdM
11/7
2019
I might have one Indigenous ancestor from the early 17th century. This makes me not at all Indigenous. Instead it m… https://t.co/VRaKZABbgb
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11/6
2019
Great resource for people interested in doing a land acknowledgement. #NativeHistoryMonth https://t.co/IGX2NJ3FJM
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11/5
2019
I use this print ad in classes to talk about American conceptualizations of coal and "freedom" and early ideas abou… https://t.co/E5tYfeDXip
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhDGreat critical article by Don Wright on Pierre Trudeau. It is scandalous that Don's biography of historian Donald C… https://t.co/zjb56vWdct
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhD#Archaeology #Fieldschool in #Cuba May-June 2020 @smuhalifax @SMArts_SMU For info: jonathan.fowler@smu.ca https://t.co/U6SX9OfXHF
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11/3
2019
Spread the word! The Faculty of Arts @smuhalifax seeks applicants for two new Indigenous Fellowships. https://t.co/dHZf5gFQes
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhD @aepasek Great idea! What about folks who are studying the relationship between energy and place outside of their o… https://t.co/46fGbtD0OT
11/1
2019
@AustinMcCoy3 This is the uplifting post we didn’t know we needed!🧁
10/30
2019
Whiskey lounged in my office today while I got a full 8 hours of work done. More campuses should be like this - lea… https://t.co/rGxSx55I6K @HKHClaire @NiCHE_Canada Great idea @HKHClaire!One of the reasons I enjoy assigning the '#CdnHist in the Public' project is because it allows students to see the… https://t.co/S6ehKUbTut
10/29
2019
@TinaAdcock @PederRoberts Oh, I'll definitely have a look at this! The student already handed in their project (due… https://t.co/akOu7BMn8D @PederRoberts @TinaAdcock I can confidently say he is claimed very strongly in the Maritimes. He's to the Maritimes… https://t.co/6i879KN8bQGuys, one of my students chose to discuss Stan Roger's songs for their 'Canadian History Outside' project (an assig… https://t.co/LMZWR9ZlMF
10/28
2019
@porterthereport You’ve been sharing and thanking white folks who have positively commented on the article, but ign… https://t.co/TvfA2HceCY @porterthereport @porterthereport do you plan to address the criticism your article has drawn from Inuit people? Yo… https://t.co/PmXhwztqKz
10/27
2019
@kristamccracken @PersistStitches These are fab @kristamccracken!
10/25
2019
Our Annual Call for Syllabi! If you would be willing to archive a copy of your syllabus on our Teaching Materials p… https://t.co/hTBb7eLNIX
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhDMuch needed afternoon walk with the pup. Love that this trail network starts at the end of my street! #exploreNShttps://t.co/SuuWwW0f9a @jason_loxton Wow. There has been some really ugly opinions expressed across Canada this week.. @TheGingerProf @hmayerpdx @PCC This sounds fantastic! Similar to @TheGingerProf I'm currently rethinking assignment… https://t.co/QjR1afXQhO
10/24
2019
Powerful stuff here by two indigenous women on place, earth, climate change and our response & responsibility to it… https://t.co/lnEzQtxCac
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhDHere's a great opportunity for an Indigenous grad student: a fully-funded MSc degree in Indigenous population hea… https://t.co/FSmTxvEsvx
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhD @jason_loxton The call is actually broader then it may seem - details included in the link! @jason_loxton Our department has lots of folks doing Canadian work already, but we are lacking a permanent faculty… https://t.co/UY3rgie7k3The deadline to apply is November 15th. #ushistory #envhist #racetheory #socialjustice https://t.co/hUVb53xaQ6A student asked about Indigenous experience during the Depression just last week and aside from the North, I didn’t… https://t.co/Wq7lsFRaElThis is a good teaching resource for units or courses on #environmentaljustice and I’m definitely planning to use i… https://t.co/hbk8dkArMa
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10/23
2019
Historians who *don't* work on environmental issues, some friends and I need your help with this poll: "I don't te… https://t.co/3UEnJNDUH4
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhD @A_NeedhamNYU @emilypawley @Historian_Steve This sounds like a fantastic course! @drhonor Agreed! I adopted my boy after completing candidacy and a three month fieldwork stint. He’s made the PhD j… https://t.co/1RGjiCCwLQWe're ready to celebrate or commiserate this election over here with local Atlantic provisions. #elxn43https://t.co/rEZYMNioxZ
10/22
2019
@AlfredHFX Yay!My department is hiring TT Assistant Professor appointment in History of Race and Racism in the US (open period). S… https://t.co/gx3UtKYzrfIf you're interested in graduate studies focusing on Atlantic Canada please consider applying for the MA in Atlanti… https://t.co/24uxWXMAOQThank you! I'm very much looking forward to working with faculty and students in @ACST_SMU! https://t.co/vuUeEenCMD
10/21
2019
@QueenSisi12 This was heartwarming. I'm very close with my two younger sisters, they were 9 and 4 when I left home… https://t.co/1OskJmJmpc
10/20
2019
A few thoughts on publishing with Canadian scholarly presses. (Which I love! Don't blacklist me!)
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhDGave my first-year history class some real talk today: Some might think history is about remembering dates. It’s n… https://t.co/tAVMsCvNBt
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10/19
2019
NEW: A’Se’k – Boat Harbour: A Site of Centuries’ Long Mi’kmaw Resistance by Colin Osmond https://t.co/MbNNUeHr6Ahttps://t.co/LcCBqXRTF2
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10/18
2019
This movie about coal mining, the union movement, and the killing of William Davis in Industrial Cape Breton is a t… https://t.co/CnnLJPKgYG
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhD @SMUHfxLibrary When (and where) is this happening?I applied the protocol @VeldonCoburn and I developed and the world didn't end. People read the protocol, explained… https://t.co/gXUqDn4xPY
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10/17
2019
New Hacking History 3.0 Site Announcement -- for folks in the Toronto region the @ryersonlibrary is participating i… https://t.co/QKJVpB93l3
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhD @JohnSandlos @toxiclegacies @CaitlynnBeckett Also: this is a wonderful example of the possibilities of publishing i… https://t.co/k1LV1WXLVwCheck out the latest paper in PiCHE from @JohnSandlos, @toxiclegacies, @CaitlynnBeckett, and Rosanna Nicol on commu… https://t.co/k2VouPCxao @samuelmoyn 376. Paperback!
10/16
2019
@jason_loxton 😍😍those coloursPlease join us! "Academia in Atlantic Canada: Challenges & Opportunities." Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019, SMU, Sobeys bui… https://t.co/e3iGDb5TWe
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10/15
2019
Academic friends: as term begins, take time to clearly explain to new students exactly what journal articles are, h… https://t.co/XVA85qYQpi
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhDIt's increasingly clear (as I talked about last week, too) that the actual *purpose* of higher education isn't clea… https://t.co/9rXtFwLytV
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10/13
2019
Initiated by a historian, this has turned into a beautiful thread of readings on silences in archives. One note, wh… https://t.co/IwAUCuOmnO
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10/12
2019
Thanks for all the suggestions! I've got a nice reading list to pass on to my student. https://t.co/dCN1MIZ8Dp
10/11
2019
I had no idea porcupines sound like this!😍 https://t.co/QBaZzy9BkJ
10/10
2019
@chriswilhelm78 @chase_prairie Oh wow, that seems great. Thanks again - you've suggested so many great sources! @chriswilhelm78 @chase_prairie Thank you! I should have clarified that we're in a Canadian EH class😂. It seems, tho… https://t.co/m8um791C63 @merlemassie @awatson8381 Excellent. Thank you!Creating mandatory courses on Indigenous topics and making Indigenous profs handle the racism and hostility from un… https://t.co/rzmHGlde1I
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10/9
2019
@JessicaMDeWitt I suspect she will end up revising her research questions to include provincial parks or general re… https://t.co/T3YCV66kIJ @jill_cm I'll look into it! There's lots of work on the connection between Depression era work projects and nationa… https://t.co/FkK1lP8dQM#envhist #twittertorians: I have a student interested in the connection between national park popularity and the Gr… https://t.co/Y8yYODTMo8
10/8
2019
History is not about dates & places. It is about interpreting contexts, connections, meanings. It is the necessary… https://t.co/bTvi0PmqVg
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhDI read Department of Indian Affairs correspondence for a living, and I've come across a number of exchanges about t… https://t.co/cRL1D7vtVM
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10/7
2019
Vital info! https://t.co/V9mwy49JUC
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhDExcited to teach my first MA course at UCLA: Asian Indigenous Encounters https://t.co/jGcW0k2IEe
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhDWhoops - Matt Papai* (glad he's not on Twitter😂).Thanks to @ReviewNorthern for posting an advanced copy of the Klondike Brewery article I co-authored with Matt Papi… https://t.co/4f5SFv58mmThanks so much to @katescarth @joshmacfadyen, @UPEIGeoREACH for inviting us to present on Historic NS at @UPEI! Won… https://t.co/BQtJ1yvLGb
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10/6
2019
Hey, #twitterstorians, are you interested in reviewing a book for Environmental History? Let us know by contacting… https://t.co/MVtb06JWPQ
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhDA real moment. Singh, pledging the $1.8B needed for clean water in First Nations communities, is asked if he’s writ… https://t.co/OKOdrrtSlq
Retweeted by 🍂Heather Green, PhD @AcademicChatter Heck, my pup's getting the dedication in my monograph. he's a good boy! https://t.co/XLuEic8Wz2 @envhistnow How wonferful! I'll be there!Voting starts today in the Library Classroom! Drop by from 9 am- 6 pm.
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10/5
2019
Never underestimate the power you have as an audience member to prop up a presenter by nodding vigorously ✊🏻
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10/4
2019

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