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Settler historian on Dharug & Eora land. Specialist in comparative history, landscapes, photographs, geology and settler colonialism.

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Today at 4 pm: Nigel Clark on "Planetary Social Thought: Spiritual Aeromobility and the Global Phosphorous Crisis."… https://t.co/BCiZofPCu5
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12/11
2019
Clair Sabel, “Gemstones, Geohistories, and Commercial Geography between Europe and Southeast Asia, 1660-1750,” at N… https://t.co/fkK8469CR7
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreNigel pointed out that delving into the earth meant confronting apocalypse and extinction in the strata, but it als… https://t.co/jEXPjwznVdProvocative keynote about delving into the earth, movement across its surface, and vertical dispersal by Nigel Clar… https://t.co/zqLQDkmvn8 @kfullagar @hpstorian Thanks Kate. Another great day of it today. And yes there actually was a memo, which I sent hahaVery glad to see @alistairsponsel at the @earthhistories conference in Sydney, talking about coral reefs across tim… https://t.co/SaGZd5295v
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @hpstorian Haha thanks! @kfullagar @MichelleArrow1 Safe travels!Here’s Will holding forth on American science, Pickering, Hale, and Tupaia’s Pacific world yesterday at the New Ear… https://t.co/pwGfw02yqJThe first talk at the New Earth Histories conference today opens with an unexpected but welcome quote from… https://t.co/oCsx7lSPTg
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @kfullagar @MichelleArrow1 This ones my work Kate. We got it first try too haha. Congrats on the book!
12/6
2019
@MFoster_history Great news Meg! Congratulations!
12/4
2019
@EmmaKluge1 So happy to see this in print Emma! Looking forward to celebrating with you soon!
12/3
2019
@Brettoshank Why do we do shit like this?
11/29
2019
“One of the great insights delivered by that half-century of scholarship is that Aboriginal societies produced a ci… https://t.co/JG3oVcfKs6
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @Ambeyang @statelibrarynsw @Joideverve_x I can't wait to read this! Very interested in your work Callum.
11/26
2019
@chelseambarnett This was me last weekend. Thoughts and prayers 🙏🏼
11/23
2019
@chelseambarnett @ejtraas @LizGiuffre Some 23 year old private school boy with a commerce degree will be replacing… https://t.co/MLFOmdI4uQ @chelseambarnett @ejtraas @LizGiuffre Days like this I look forward to the day that the government sells the ABC to… https://t.co/sUCejPPR4n @chelseambarnett @ejtraas @LizGiuffre It’s been a red letter day for classic grifts. This plus Emerson’s resource i… https://t.co/YgFJ1MeLbH
11/19
2019
Thanks for putting this workshop together @enviro_history @OGormanEmily and @ncushing12 and to @JarrodHore @DJMay19https://t.co/ea0LU1Jrck
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11/15
2019
@hereorclaire @jane_haggis I’m continuing this work now and there are hundreds of these donations listed in the rec… https://t.co/J0irbher8N
11/13
2019
@JimBelshaw Sure, I'll pass anything on that might be of interest once I get into the work. @JimBelshaw Yes I don’t know enough at the moment, but I know who to ask and where to look. I’m writing an article… https://t.co/DoqhmD8WJo @JimBelshaw Certainly plausible Jim. We do know that southern ocean weather systems have slipped further down over… https://t.co/fajfcKjL34
11/10
2019
@renhistorian Thanks for setting this out Nic. This was probably the strangest omission of the VC email this week.… https://t.co/80UQ2LXxq4
11/7
2019
@HonaeHCuffe Awesome news Honae! Congrats!
11/4
2019
@meredithlake1 @gladwinmichael Oh terrific. I’ve touched on the HA article in an essay I’m finishing at the moment… https://t.co/K3ELa30ZF5 @DJMay19 Very true about current activity but the (geologically recent) markers of volcanic activity were pretty we… https://t.co/AKs9Y0y4nb @cclperkins @kfullagar Very glad to settle this so far out haha @MikeJonesPhD @statelibrarynsw Cheers Mike. Congrats on the RDHP launch last week! @droisheealam @statelibrarynsw Thanks Oishee! @cmrnsmth Cheers Cam! In some ways this project came out of that morning at Y3A when I should have been working on… https://t.co/w9MKoNhZJe @chelseambarnett I suppose there are reluctant cultural historians? @DJMay19 Many geologists and others didn't know this in the 19th C, but they were slowly putting it together. Befor… https://t.co/hV4gdKYDOE @DJMay19 Re geological processes it's interesting you bring this up. Most of NSW is composed of rocks created after… https://t.co/REMkfMobEG @DJMay19 I've always been interested in this too. The diaries of people like Thomas Mitchell and John Oxley show th… https://t.co/mU4wltV6mL
10/30
2019
@PratikChakrab @dominikhhh Indeed! I'm looking forward to it too. @dominikhhh @PratikChakrab Thanks! And yes the natural theology question is a pertinent one that I haven’t looked i… https://t.co/uMwp1L0btUIt strikes me – and many others, including, evidently the selection committee for the Mitchell Fellowship – that th… https://t.co/a0Jt52a7Vj‘Grounding Colonial Geology’ can build on these shifts in some small way. By approaching Clarke as a kind of nature… https://t.co/cBUP7LHXKfI think Clarke’s archive constitutes a rich resource for environmental historians, who alongside popular nature wri… https://t.co/qJIJx7sZ3oThey point out that 19th century geologists had a serious Romantic streak and their own narrative habits. This is e… https://t.co/1OSC6brmg5Here I’ve been inspired by recent work in literary studies and American environmental history. Scholars like Jesse… https://t.co/plBiLTDpi3I plan on going full cultural historian on Clarke’s papers, notebooks and reports in order to reflect on the catego… https://t.co/MlfVhOPrGcOver the next 18 months I’ll address this question by examining how colonial science manufactured knowledge in the… https://t.co/iIHXtD8jjFThanks to the late Ann Moyal, we understand how Clarke fitted within colonial scientific life and how he used the S… https://t.co/4WL61KGP0oMy project, then, will examine what remains of his work in the field to stitch together other histories of Clarke w… https://t.co/UxbWDImcJNHe was certainly a prolific contributor to public debates about science in the colony, but it was out in the field… https://t.co/F5jVtrQn83Some colonial scientists would collect local knowledge but pass it on to a figure like Clarke for transmission. Oth… https://t.co/xaPoZcM8ugIn these borderlands colonial geologists learnt about environments from local Indigenous people, scattered settlers… https://t.co/oujeoBN1WNColonial geologists were sophisticated environmental thinkers, in part, because they needed to be intimately famili… https://t.co/wml8lOQtPPBut this has often drawn me back to Clarke, who appears in histories of science and religion much more regularly de… https://t.co/iraQIq1TikClarke’s influence through the middle of the 19th century was only really matched by one other Australian scientist… https://t.co/9lavyjR0VQClarke moved to NSW to preach but once he arrived in the colony his geological interests (mostly) took over. He rem… https://t.co/JNN6ARuDUeWB Clarke was one of the big dogs of Australian colonial science. From 1839 when he arrived in NSW as a young pasto… https://t.co/C6j4glHY9FOver the past week a lot of people have congratulated me on the 2020 Mitchell Fellowship that I was awarded on Thur… https://t.co/ufNHvbPIFh
10/29
2019
@DJMay19 @statelibrarynsw Thanks buddy! @LydonJane @statelibrarynsw Cheers Jane! @Keating_JW @statelibrarynsw Thanks James! I’m following in auspicious footsteps 😉I’ll drop a longer thread about the project itself next week but for now thanks to everyone who’s helped shape this… https://t.co/Z95FO1j7yDVery glad to announce that I’ve been awarded the David Scott Mitchell Fellowship for Australian history at the… https://t.co/hDqNa9Xk6C @MFoster_history @kfullagar @Macquarie_Uni Cheers Meg! @meredithlake1 Indeed! Thanks Meredith, and congrats on the PM’s award!
10/25
2019
I am extremely excited to announce I am the Nancy Keesing Fellow for 2020. Very much looking forward to working wit… https://t.co/BOhl76Kh7A
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @mcookhistory Cheers Margaret! @kfullagar @Macquarie_Uni Cheers Kate!The David Scott Mitchell Memorial Fellow is Dr Jarrod Hore @JarrodHore of @Macquarie_Uni, for his project: Groundin… https://t.co/zLab9PHEZk
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10/24
2019
@chelseambarnett I let out an audible 'Fuck offff' at my desk earlier today.
10/23
2019
@DrDreHistorian Sorry to hear this André. Strength to you mate!
10/22
2019
Everyone seems to be doing this, so... press that RT button and go in the running to win a copy of my new book for… https://t.co/aMfyl609fx
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10/16
2019
@benvwilkie @jameslesh This is great news Ben! I look forward to reading it soon. Great timing because I'll be writ… https://t.co/uvWobSpRbh
10/14
2019
*Gregor Samsa wakes up to find himself a bug, and his first thought is whether or not he will get in trouble for be… https://t.co/fTIQKw7DXq
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10/3
2019
My (18F) boyfriend (47M) is an academic philosopher who claims Judith Butler is unreadable but my whole freshman hu… https://t.co/fjkmVx107F
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9/27
2019
@fmarked @nakkiahlui Yup. It seems to me that there are a few bits and bobs around. I do wonder what a big, ARC-fun… https://t.co/3VSzAIi0Dk @fmarked @nakkiahlui This work, like others mentioned here, built on the legacies of British Slavery project. It us… https://t.co/3WtIlN3su7 @fmarked @nakkiahlui I know this isn't quite what you're talking about, but Alan Lester spoke about the impact of s… https://t.co/2CWXZY7p3M
9/11
2019
@DrDreHistorian How good! I loved this spot growing up.
9/9
2019
Jarrod Hore shows how a colonial gaze brings together Burton’s 19th century portraits of first people in Aotearoa w… https://t.co/V4GbdKRIG3
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9/6
2019
Emily O’Gorman shares weaver Danielle Carney Flakelar’s insights into weaving in wetlands in Wailwan country in the… https://t.co/oNmhUei0z9
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreDr Mariko Smith from the Australian Museum talks about the value of experimental learning on country as key way of… https://t.co/bvm5zTyT5f
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @JarrodHore on histories of depicting contested landscapes #historysterrain #envhist @HistoryNSW https://t.co/BtTj173LoD
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreHeather Goodall discusses lessons she has learnt from others in her research in her keynote opening the… https://t.co/D3toNw8LKj
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreHeather Goodall: #envhum an important step forward in Australia @HistoryNSW @JarrodHore @TanyaEvans14 @CarsonCenterhttps://t.co/cdPp8hatT2
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreHeather Goodall: oral histories needed to interrogate sciences #historysterrain #envhist @HistoryNSW @JarrodHore @TanyaEvans14
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreAt History’s Terrain. Heather Goodall suggests that one unexpected product of the cultural turn in Australia has be… https://t.co/Grb0oYn6vh
9/5
2019
@ruthamorgan Cheers Ruth!
9/4
2019
Here’s the program. If you’re a student, ECR or unwaged I have a few spare tickets so please let me know if you’d l… https://t.co/GdEvbslSRnThere are still a few tickets available for History’s Terrain tomorrow at the State Library of NSW. Come along for… https://t.co/xQxmePBUyQ @CainNoname @Mr_Armageddon1 @BarryToohey Missing the finals and not paying bonuses might free up a bit of cash. My… https://t.co/fS1LYWb9N3‘Sydney historians turn towards our own history, prising words from our memories about places that have formed us.’… https://t.co/7fdKJZ1VVa
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9/3
2019
@kfullagar Thanks for coming along Kate! And for this great action shot!
9/2
2019
This looks fantastic! This planet, our home, is now burning. ECRs leading the way showing how historians are grappl… https://t.co/3Orvi4aa8l
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8/29
2019
Struck by this from @katieholten in Emergence. I'm trying to read a different, rural landscape for a talk next week… https://t.co/ifC0Gb911D
8/28
2019
@Brettoshank Good GTFO @HarVeeGee @FOXNRL @knightsrebuild @NRLKnights I've been thinking about this over the past week. I think NRL commen… https://t.co/HBZHnKR6FS
8/26
2019
@HarVeeGee I don’t mean this as a criticism but Brown does have a lot of friends in the Sydney media. It’s clear th… https://t.co/7Sc0kebRru
8/25
2019
@knightsrebuild Yeah I’m glad to be done with 2019. @droisheealam @elwhyte88 Eg some roles I’ve applied for that are looking for more experience I’ve listed a ‘complet… https://t.co/SoS3OHukQH
8/24
2019

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