History Lunch Pop-Up #1: Ready to learn more?

If you had the chance to attend the first History Lunch Pop-Up with Dr. Ruth Sandwell on January 22nd, you might be interested in reading more by Dr. Sandwell on the topic of energy and climate change. We’ve posted links to resources and further readings below, and invite you to leave a comment with your own reading suggestions! We’ll continue to post resources and readings after the other history pop-up lunches in this series, organized by faculty members in OISE’s Master of Teaching program.

Jan 22, 2019
Dr. Ruth Sandwell
Climate Change: Historic Links between Land, Energy and Transportation

Dr. Sandwell’s teaching and research interests are in Canadian history (of education, rural society and the social history of energy) and the teaching of history, and broadly reflect the importance of studies in the humanities in general, and history in particular, to theories and practices of education. She is the founding co-director and executive board member of History Education Network/Histoire et Éducation en Réseau (THEN/HiER) and founding co-director and educational director of The Great Unsolved Mysteries in Canadian History project.

Related Resources and Scholarship:

R. W. Sandwell, ed. (2016) Powering Up Canada: Essays on the History of Heat, Light and Work from 1600 (Montreal and Kingston: McGill Queen’s University Press). http://go.utlib.ca/cat/10568842

R. W. Sandwell (2016), Canada’s Rural Majority, 1870-1940: Household, Environment, Economies (Toronto: University of Toronto Press), part of Themes in Canadian History, Series Editor, Colin Coates. http://go.utlib.ca/cat/10257867

R.W. Sandwell (2016) “The Emergence of Modern Lighting in Canada: A Preliminary Reconnaissance” The Extractive Industries and Society: An International Journal  Volume 3, Issue 3, 850-863. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.exis.2016.05.004

R.W. Sandwell (2015), “Pedagogies of the Unimpressed: Re-Educating Ontario Women for the Mineral Economy, 1900-1940” Ontario History, Volume CVII, No. 1 / Spring. 36-59. https://doi.org/10.7202/1050678ar

R. W. Sandwell, (2017), “People, Place and Power: Rural Electrification in Canada, 1890-1950,” in Paul Brassley, Jeremy Burchardt and Karen Sayer, eds. Transforming the Countryside: the Electrification of Rural Britain, (London and New York: Routledge), 178-204. http://go.utlib.ca/cat/11263843

R. W. Sandwell (2016) “Introduction: Towards a History of Energy in Canada,” in R. W. Sandwell, ed. Powering Up Canada: Essays on the History of Heat, Light and Work from 1600 (Montreal and Kingston: McGill Queen’s University Press), 3-36. http://go.utlib.ca/cat/10568842

R. W. Sandwell and Colin A.M. Duncan (2016) “Manufactured and Natural Gas,” in R. W. Sandwell, ed. Powering Up Canada: Essays on the History of Heat, Light and Work from 1600 (Montreal and Kingston: McGill Queen’s University Press), 300-328. http://go.utlib.ca/cat/10568842

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