I’ve been forgetting to update my public and media contributors here, so here is a compiled list of what I’ve done in the last year or so:
Co-written article wins CHA’s Indigenous History Group’s 2022 Best Article Prize
The article I co-wrote with Andrea Olive, published in the Canadian Historical Review, won the Canadian Historical Association’s Indigenous History Group’s Best Article Prize for 2022: ·“Whither Wintego: Environmental Impact Assessment and Indigenous Opposition in Saskatchewan’s Churchill River Hydropower Project in the 1970s,” with Andrea Olive, Canadian Historical Review 102, 3 (December 2021).
Visual Essay on Niagara Falls in Edge Effects
Op-Ed on Niagara in the Globe and Mail
Online interviews about Fixing Niagara Falls
I recently did two different online talks about my new book:
Publication of “Fixing Niagara Falls”
My book Fixing Niagara Falls: Environment, Energy, and Engineers at the World’s Most Famous Waterfall was released on September 1! I did an online talk about the book for The Greenhouse: http://newnatures.org/greenhouse/events/online-book-talk-daniel-macfarlane-fixing-niagara-falls/
Publication of “The First Century of the International Joint Commission”
Co-edited by myself and Murray Clamen, The First Century of the International Joint Commission was published in January 2020. It is available for purchase from the University of Calgary Press, but is also Open and Acces and can be downloaded for free here.
Great Lakes flooding: The warning signs that homes must be moved
This opinion piece appeared on The Conversation in October 2019:
Article in Slate: In 1969, Engineers Turned Off the Water of Niagara Falls
In May 2019 I published a piece on Slate on the 50th anniversary of turning off the American Falls: