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Research in Minnesota, Colorado, and Wyoming

Research in Minnesota, Colorado, and Wyoming

In May, Vanessa Bateman traveled to the US for a research trip to several archives in the US, including the University of Minnesota, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, and the American Heritage Centre at the University of Wyoming. Vanessa was researching...
Lecture for Environmental History Week

Lecture for Environmental History Week

In April, Monica Vasile delivered a lecture for Environmental History Week, organised by the American Society for Environmental History. A history of the Przewalski’s horses in the 20th century: from the zoo back to Mongolia Abstract: The talk will explore the history...
Globalizing Wildlife Book Workshop

Globalizing Wildlife Book Workshop

Moving Animals hosted a two-day workshop this month for our book project, Globalizing Wildlife. The workshop brought scholars from around the world (in person and online) to Maastricht University to share their contributions to the volume and discuss what...
Research in New Zealand

Research in New Zealand

Monica Vasile is currently in New Zealand conducting research on the South Island Takahē, a flightless bird and the largest member of the rail family. Indigenous to New Zealand, Takahē were once thought to be extinct until they were dramatically...
Simone Schleper wins Alice Hamilton Prize!

Simone Schleper wins Alice Hamilton Prize!

At the recent 2023 American Society for Environmental History (ASEH) Conference, Simone Schleper was awarded the Alice Hamilton Prize for best article outside the journal Environmental History. Part of her work for the Moving Animals project, Schleper’s article...