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Settler historian on Dharug & Eora land. Landscapes, photographs, geologies, colonialism. Mitchell Fellow @statelibrarynsw | Program Manager @earthhistories

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Joined Twitter 4/23/12


so Bon Appetit would rather destroy an incredibly popular product than give talented POC equal pay?
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8/7
2020
@thenamesgould Absolutely. It’s good to see. Years gone by we’d have heard that it’s “a good time to get some exper… https://t.co/vM8QP1RpgP @thenamesgould IMO we cant underestimate the value of that signal to a club that’s been pretty brittle for a while now. @thenamesgould Yeah I reckon steady is the right term. I’m interested to see whether his addition will improve the… https://t.co/z0jrDnknUSAn ABC investigation has revealed up to a decade of widespread #WageTheft at two elite Australian Universities, wit… https://t.co/zoEeZgvlKl
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @MichelleArrow1 @dettebrennan Are you referring here to Rupert Murdoch in 2008 or Kerry Stokes in 1994?Message to Victorian twitter pals: If you would like a free copy of '1835', my book on the founding of Melbourne, t… https://t.co/CbGXrUQZpe
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8/6
2020
Industrial capitalism has taken sustainable, closed-loop agriculture, & told us to stop rotating legumes to fix nit… https://t.co/Sp0ktVNj7P
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore‘A master work of accessible erudition’: can’t think of higher praise for @kfullagar’s wonderful book, shortlisted… https://t.co/M5ld28J1mg
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreI'm really delighted – and slightly shocked – to find Bedlam at Botany Bay shortlisted for the #NSWPHA Australian H… https://t.co/kwHBXuqAmH
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreThe 2020 NSW Premier’s History Awards shortlists are out! Eight judges considered 139 entries across five prize cat… https://t.co/t90Ddp9d6T
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreWhat a shortlist! It’s so great to see lots of very talented people - including @kfullagar, @JamesHDunk and… https://t.co/dRUQdGQMXN
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8/5
2020
Amidst today's wildfire, floods, hurricanes, and the virus, this thoughtful and generous review of Bedlam from… https://t.co/N80AiRQNtp
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8/4
2020
@HarVeeGee Margin was pretty fair I thought. Three Melbourne tries came from two bad misses and a bit of a nothing… https://t.co/H60vdn2uZI
8/2
2020
@EelsTCT @paul_sangster I think this is the biggest hurdle to a draft but it's possible to protect locals. Teams co… https://t.co/RqcY5NgZXN
7/31
2020
@paul_jobber23 @portmacnews @ACM_NSWnorth For sure. Funnily enough I think the one thing that would definitely incr… https://t.co/QOoZWf6kMv @paul_jobber23 @portmacnews @ACM_NSWnorth I also don't think there's any evidence that sweat carries the virus and… https://t.co/sHIUc2Ynh1 @paul_jobber23 @portmacnews @ACM_NSWnorth Yeah I think there are reasons why gyms are risky. They're obviously indo… https://t.co/Z4RuU7FET1How did Australian colonists benefit from centuries of enslavement of Africans & from 1834 compensation to enslaver… https://t.co/ofpmVgaSQ8
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7/30
2020
@HarVeeGee @PintOfHathers @BarryToohey Successful clubs have more roster churn than people think. Look at Easts, Ca… https://t.co/6cv2PM0G35 @HarVeeGee @PintOfHathers @BarryToohey A guy who was a Ben Hunt away from being a Churchill Medal winner at 400k wo… https://t.co/xjOaJqYji7
7/29
2020
@HullKiwi @TimothyJ_23 Sorry had to delete the first version of that because of a typo @HullKiwi @TimothyJ_23 Tim’s right but today was also specifically about the continued inaction over the murder of… https://t.co/czHCHvOaVL
7/28
2020
@HarVeeGee @BarryToohey I totally agree. There have also been quite a few mid field line breaks where the left edge… https://t.co/fe4VUOZTEx @HarVeeGee @BarryToohey I think they're comfortable attacking from there but maybe it's not in the game plan? This… https://t.co/QOFrIu9Aa5 @LibbydeQ @KateElizRigby Libby this looks great! Thanks for posting about it. I need to get a copy ASAP.
7/27
2020
@HarVeeGee @bert_andrews_ @harryramage Stupidity. It seems like the rule was designed to challenge the knock on cal… https://t.co/jsPsCKigE8
7/26
2020
@hpstorian Nah I’m with you I’m mostly amused and intrigued. @hpstorian I was going to stay offline today but I think I have reddit surfing to do now. @hpstorian Haha the description reads like a grab from the Ramsay centre page (minus the typos) @hpstorian Is there a version of this that’s like hi vis styles and league teams? Or chino and blue oxford combos a… https://t.co/wwbMhrSMnE @hpstorian Will I wish I’d never seen this. Slytherpuff?
7/25
2020
Scientists record the seismic noise of social distancing: human-linked vibrations in the Earth dropped by up to 50%. https://t.co/53XkMwzFaH
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7/24
2020
This @washingtonpost piece on racism and environmentalism is really good. Misses one key underlying core, however:… https://t.co/fGjGEa664e
Retweeted by Jarrod Horethis is good https://t.co/VmK4EZlEjC
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @amywayness @fbongiornoanu Oh thanks Amy! I'm glad it elicited a positive response! @hpstorian @amywayness @MichelleArrow1 @nickrirving I knew you'd be on board with this advice 😉 @amywayness @MichelleArrow1 @nickrirving Caffeine, sugar and some form of ambient music/hip hop instrumentals. I go… https://t.co/CVymamx0qKThe recording of last week's Is Deep History White? Lecture is now live on our website. Click on the link below and… https://t.co/lq7u2SI6hR
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7/23
2020
@HarVeeGee @regularlywrong @Brettoshank I really hope we keep him in the squad. I have a bad feeling he'll be offer… https://t.co/zlxXFOYJwt
7/22
2020
The Decolonizing Geology recording is now up on our website! If you missed out on the panel a fortnight ago you c… https://t.co/dPWRRwJBFK
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7/20
2020
@GeorgiaMc06 Great news Georgia! Congratulations! Cant wait to celebrate with you soon 🥂
7/19
2020
For all Sydney’s faults we would never produce an op-ed like that.
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7/18
2020
@BruceAlexB @murpharoo It would certainly speed up divisions. Imagine all the votes they could get through on Zoom.It's been up on BJHS preview for a few months, but now it's official! Archaeology enters the ‘atomic age’: a short… https://t.co/OsPASCAqNo
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7/17
2020
The Australian & New Zealand Environmental History Network is calling for proposals for its inaugural conference, t… https://t.co/aFEvhb3LJV
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreHere there be bunyips https://t.co/tz8QZfN3MS #twitterstorians
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreToday the Anthropocene is 75 years young. Exactly 75 years ago, the first nuclear bomb detonated in Alamogordo, Ne… https://t.co/f40xRop93a
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7/16
2020
@KaiWoolner @harsh_co Yes we’re working on that this week. Keep up with @earthhistories to see that announcement once it’s up
7/15
2020
@jb_hps @earthhistories Sorry you missed it! Keep an eye on @earthhistories and we’ll make an announcement once it’… https://t.co/eWtGO130OS
7/14
2020
@arider_ Yep. We’ll upload a recording as soon as we can. Keep an eye on @earthhistories for an announcement. It wi… https://t.co/7XexLiEZBw @astrosnat @PratikChakrab @amandarees9 Yes we'll try and have a recording up on our the New Earth Histories website… https://t.co/ZsVKFcAgsWIt’s the final day to register for Is Deep History White? Join us tomorrow for Pratik Chakrabarti’s lecture and tun… https://t.co/0EoCG5RtGU
7/13
2020
@DrDreHistorian I thought this was a fascinating article and I'm totally convinced. I don't really understand why y… https://t.co/KTxoULJOwR @MFoster_history @Newnham_College @Cambridge_Uni So happy to read this news Meg! Congratulations!
7/11
2020
$14k in publication support grants from the Journal of Pacific History - applications due 30 September https://t.co/3LUxlam5xp
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7/10
2020
Hi all, I'm giving a talk next week. This presentation draws on my recent work with colleague Dr Anne-Maree Payne o… https://t.co/Jh8tCcFXew
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @MidEastInEurope @PratikChakrab @earthhistories @jec_free The UK/AU overlap is a tough one! The recording of Decolo… https://t.co/qeNl25baIx
7/9
2020
@PratikChakrab @MidEastInEurope Yes. Follow @earthhistories for an announcement. We’ll put a version of the lecture… https://t.co/8qkkyucPTdLots of interest so far in this pair of events next week. Prof Chrakrabarti's lecture on the Tuesday and the Roundt… https://t.co/i9oHLNUq7M
7/8
2020
@hamonryen Omg this gets me every time.
7/7
2020
Huge congratulations to Professor Alison Bashford of New Earth Histories in HAL@UNSW on being awarded an Australian… https://t.co/2yAozIunGL
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @HarVeeGee @oysta It's reminding me a bit of the criticism that Easts copped at the start of last year about being… https://t.co/XwR77YYVxv(shamelessly) sharing student feedback from this semester I'm really proud that I kept students (in 2 courses) eng… https://t.co/4RQJrGPbds
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7/6
2020
@Swarzey @oysta I reckon it’s cos the coaches don’t think that’ll be enough in the long term. Getting Kalyn more to… https://t.co/n7iGErV4hjOne of the most difficult but important articles I've researched and written: Room of the Dead - how a museum becam… https://t.co/xD5yB0Zsqw
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7/5
2020
loving Makuru (Nyoongar calendar): The first rains. The coldest and wettest time of the year with more frequent gal… https://t.co/cHSxwiuvMl
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7/4
2020
Last chance to register for 'Decolonizing Geology' tomorrow. I'll be sending out the Zoom link in a few hours. https://t.co/5wmfHXxyyi
7/2
2020
Pleased to announce new dates for the two 'Is Deep History White?' events ft. @PratikChakrab. Please join us online… https://t.co/Y9AgxJvoox
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6/29
2020
Hey kids! @jonathandunk and I will be online launching our first issue as editors of @OverlandJournal in less than… https://t.co/HtcFOzsjgh
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6/27
2020
I’ve just revamped my website and want to put it out there that I’m looking for large or small research jobs. Need… https://t.co/yLqawL5yoU
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6/25
2020
@T_Marko Haha I’ll need more than this mate. What were we up to?A special Sydney place reminds us that history matters https://t.co/FmU3LUZ956 via @smh My two bob's worth on the… https://t.co/vNuVxCP0bs
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6/23
2020
Dear followers, do yourself a favour and read this excellent piece of writing from @JarrodHore ... then check out t… https://t.co/nZHnF8zHrb
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreHey #twitterstorians, 'Doing environmental history in urgent times' by @kt_holmes38, @ruthamorgan and I is free to… https://t.co/UIh6DY5t2M
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreThis event is convened by Adam Bobbette and will be held on Zoom. We'll email attendees a link in advance but pleas… https://t.co/NLMU7HSDt3If you missed the announcement late last week, New Earth Histories is hosting an roundtable on 'Decolonizing Geolog… https://t.co/zeLmtld9Qu
6/22
2020
alternative model to an arts degree: be in the renaissance https://t.co/t67TVoN4XH
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreHow can geology become a vehicle for decolonization? In 'Decolonizing Geology' we bring a roundtable together to… https://t.co/e3qNVE5DTx
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6/20
2020
Australian Federal Parliament : Stop the Government from Needlessly Increasing the Cost of Humanities Degrees - Sig… https://t.co/I0tA8GwPak
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreAMHN’s response to History Australia’s special issue ‘Doing History in Urgent Times’ https://t.co/WCSQtV1tKL #OzHist
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreLet's remember that humanities: - underpins the arts & culture sector of the economy that in 2016-17 was worth $112… https://t.co/56BBsSfesb
Retweeted by Jarrod HoreThe humanities are for a job *and* for life in a more humane, just and sustainable society. Data on graduate employ… https://t.co/VUi4HgKIWD
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6/19
2020
This is such an eloquent and powerful article concerning the manifold questions of scale, contingency, story-tellin… https://t.co/JUMQiUOhg6
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @Leo_CL_Chu Many thanks Leo. @hamonryen Please 🙏🏼 @Jimmy_H_Yan Cheers Jimmy 😉 and thanks for yours and Shan’s contribution earlier in the week!"The vast majority of people may not ... live at a ‘global’ level, but, like it or not, the series of relationships… https://t.co/qDbZDBT0GM
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @ruthamorgan @HistAustJournal Thanks Ruth! @JarrodHore making magic in his #envhist reflections on urgent histories @HistAustJournal - what a way with words! https://t.co/rgQUpeifhI
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6/18
2020
@benvwilkie I wondered whether you’d come across Wingen before. I knew about it in a weird local landmark way, but… https://t.co/LRJ3II5Ys4"Radical remembering means ... reckoning with the spreading crown of our crisis as well as its deep roots." –… https://t.co/aOyIU1f9Sg
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @DrDreHistorian You might be able to google books it but fingers crossed you’re able to get back to your office soon @DrDreHistorian Ahh ok. I think it was Future Eaters where I first came across it. Possibly the source of you wiki fact too 😉 @DrDreHistorian Reading Tim Flannery? @JarrodHore on radical remembering; lyrical as ever; thanks for this contribution on the recent free forum in… https://t.co/5iSSLA9ka6
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @kt_holmes38 Thanks Katie!Yet another way Australia is entangled in the history & legacies of enslavement: settlers received, inherited or be… https://t.co/y8JobblgBk
Retweeted by Jarrod Hore @mishtory Thanks Michelle!Historian Barry Corr responds to Scott Morrison with a history of Aboriginal slavery in New South Wales: https://t.co/HLsctX93J7
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6/17
2020

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