Recent public and media contributions

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:

·Daniel Macfarlane, “The Great Lakes are in Trouble,” August 26, 2022, Inside Higher Ed:

·Daniel Macfarlane, “Half a Century after the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement, the Lakes are in Trouble,” August 25, 2022, The Academic Minute:

·Daniel Macfarlane, “Restoring the Great Lakes: After 50 years of US-Canada joint efforts, some success and lots of unfinished business,” May 19, 2022, The Conversation: (reprinted by a number of other media outlets)

·Daniel Macfarlane, “Why do Canadians seem to care so little about protecting the Great Lakes from Line 5?” October 26, 2021, Michigan Advance

·Daniel Macfarlane, “Canada’s hypocritical love of fossil fuels behind fight to keep dangerous Line 5 running,” June 7, 2021, Toronto Star:

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).