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Harrison Croft

Harrison Croft

Harrison Croft is a PhD candidate at the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre, on unceded Boon Wurrung Country. Harrison’s work is situated within Monash’s Global Encounters and First Nations Peoples research project, and his thesis is investigating changing human, animal, and plant relationships with Birrarung (Yarra River). 

Harrison Croft reviews ‘Climate Change and International History: Negotiating science, global change, and environmental justice’ by Ruth A. Morgan

May 2024, no. 464 22 April 2024
In 2020, with Katie Holmes and Andrea Gaynor, Ruth A. Morgan co-authored ‘Doing Environmental History in Urgent Times’, an article which was published in a dedicated ‘In urgent times’ edition of History Australia. With more than 8,800 views since its publication, which coincided with the first Covid lockdowns, the paper has gone on to become that journal’s most read article in its twenty ... (read more)