John Gillis Tribute Roundtable - Shared screen with speaker view
Here is the link in case any of you would like to add your signature and testimonial to the letter of appreciation: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1i543vGxoHshBOzpGtIRCuf04RXU_cbqOMVL8xDdmYcI/edit
I teach a course called Imagining the Oceans - maybe we could share our readings?
Oh that's a great idea
I recommend Derek Walcott's Omeros :-)
I’d love to be in on that too!
I hope people who are interested in joining the Coastal History Network will email David Worthington (University of the Highlands and Islands)
Yes! I’m putting together a new version of the oceans course for the spring - looking for new things!
The International Commission on the History of Oceanography also has a shared Zotero bib, inspired by Isaac’s
Yay for Isaac’s top secret journal!
Co-edited with Rob James (who's on this call) and Joana Gaspar de Freitas
Good - discreet - shout out for the journal, Isaac
Here is the link for the Oceans In Depth book series at U Chicago https://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/series/OCEDEP.html
This is the Coastal Studies shared library / bibliography on Zotero. Link works for anyone anywhere: https://www.zotero.org/groups/2503094/coastal_studies/library
Just one more link! This is the curated Coastal History collection at Arcadia: http://www.environmentandsociety.org/arcadia/collection/17807
In the spirit of community, I hope it's not inappropriate for me to share my CFP for a workshop and publication on Canadian Coastal Histories :) https://wilson.humanities.mcmaster.ca/canadian-coastal-histories/
Yes, thanks to the organizers - this has been wonderful
Thanks to Chris, Helen, and Isaac for putting this all together!
I chanced upon this wonderful event on twitter. Thanks for introducing me to John Gillis. I have a lot of reading to do.
Thank you for organising. This has been great.
Thanks so much to everyone who organized and spoke, lovely event!
Thanks to all for coming!
Yes, thanks everyone for this, I've learnt a lot and it's really come across how much John meant to everyone as a person as well as a scholar
Thanks to Chris and Isaac. Thanks to Lige.
Thank you everyone, this has been moving and inspiring.