Daniel May, current PhD student, was recently interviewed on the Exploring Environmental History podcast where he spoke about his research into Indigenous fire-use. Exploring Environmental History is a podcast about human societies and the environment in the past and explores the ways in which people have interacted with their environments in the past.
On this episode of the podcast Daniel explores the political and cultural influences of the historical debates surrounding understandings of Indigenous fire-use in Australia and the USA. His aim is to expose the rhetorical strategies and political fault lines of the interest groups, past and present, attempting to influence policy making.
Please find link to this environmental history podcast here: