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Addressing Risks of Lead in Water and Soil: Using Citizen Science and a Unique Partnership with Faith Organizations
Archive as Pedagogy: Oral History and a Journal of the Plague Year
Gregg Mitman, Marco Armiero, and Robert S. Emmett, editors. Future Remains: A Cabinet of Curiosities for the Anthropocene.Raj Patel and Jason W. Moore. A History of the World in Seven Cheap Things: A Guide to Capitalism, Nature, and the Future of the Planet.
The COVID-19 Oral History Project: Some Preliminary Notes from the Field
A Multimodal Approach to the Anthropocene
Rivers of the Anthropocene.
Roundtable: The Anthropocene in British History
Anthropocenes: A Fractured Picture
Reading the Grand Tour at a Distance: Archives and Datasets in Digital History
Rivers of the Anthropocene. University of California Press
The Warburg Circle in the 1930s
The Reception of Greek Architecture in Eighteenth-Century Britain
Open Scholarship Project: Creating Sustainable Growth for Open Access Publishing in the Humanities and Social Sciences
Archaeology of the Anthropocene
James “Athenian” Stuart and the Geometry of Setting Out
Rome and its British and Irish artists, 1730-1750.
The Anthropocene and Transdisciplinarity
Transdisciplinarity, Human-Nature Entanglements, and Transboundary Water Systems in the Anthropocene
Reinventing the Academic Journal: The ’Digital Turn,’ Open Access, & Peer Review
The Digital Humanities and 10 Years of British History Online
Letters from a young painter abroad.
Letters from a Young Painter Abroad: James Russel in Rome, 1740-1763 [Introduction and Critical Edition of the James Russel Manuscripts]