A selection of recorded presentations
A critique of the "History of Climate and Society" - the multidisciplinary study of the impacts of climate change on human history - and a new research framework for the field, PAGES 2k Seminar Series, 2021.
An introduction to the study of past climate changes and social responses, with a focus on the Arctic. Arctic Institute Summer School, 2021.
Teaching the history of climate change and social responses at the high school level, ORIAS Summer Institute for K-12 teachers, University of California, Berkeley, 2021.
Press conference on past climate changes and societal responses, annual conference of the European Geophysical Union (EGU), 2021.
Keynote introducing the History of Climate and Society (HCS), and what it reveals about the resilience of past societies to climate change. University of Texas, 2020.
Keynote on methods in climate history, and the possibilities for resilience and adaptation in past societies. University of Manitoba, 2020.
Public keynote on what the past reveals about the relationship between climate change and conflict. University College London, 2019.
Lecture on the themes in my book, The Frigid Golden Age. The Cosmos Club, 2019.
Lecture on nautical voyages during the Little Ice Age, and what they reveal about climate change in the Arctic. Calgary, 2016.
Lecture on how the Little Ice Age influenced conflict in the Low Countries. Mershon Center, Ohio State University, 2015.