History of Earth and Environmental Sciences
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April 18, 2013
L. Ruth Rand introduced her Orbital Decay: Space Junk and the Environmental History of a Global Commons, 1957-2009
March 7, 2013
Jody Roberts introduced his draft book chapter, Politics in a Bottle
February 7, 2013
Jeffery Brideau introduced his draft dissertation chapter, An Inland Seacoast? The Origins of the Seaway Idea and Construction of Bi-National Interest
November 1, 2012
Jeffery Brideau introduced the Introduction from Confluence: The Nature of Technology and the Remaking of the Rhône by Sara B. Pritchard.
October 18, 2012
Jody Roberts introduced the collection of essays The Future of Environmental History: Needs and Opportunities published by the Rachel Carson Center.
January 18, 2012
Building a Protective Web: CHESS and the Challenges of System Building in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1969-1977 by Jongmin Lee of Virginia Tech.
November 16, 2011
Group discussion of A Landscape of Energy Abundance: Anthracite Coal Canals and the Roots of American Fossil Fuel Dependence, 1820-1860 by Christopher F. Jones
October 19, 2011
The Nose as Sanitary Agent: Scenting the Home by Melanie Kiechle, CHF
May 18, 2011
Jody Roberts will introduce Climate for Change, or How to Create a Green Modernity? by Ulrich Beck Theory Culture Society 2010 27: 254 http://tcs.sagepub.com/content/27/2-3/254 http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0263276409358729 and A New Climate for Society by Sheila Jasanoff Theory Culture Society 2010 27: 233 http://tcs.sagepub.com/content/27/2-3/233 http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0263276409361497
April 20, 2011
The Cosmopolitan Society and Its Enemies by Ulrich Beck Theory Culture Society 2002 19: 17 and Science for the Post-normal Age by Silvio 0. Funtowicz and Jerome R. Ravetz Futures, Volume 25, Issue 7, September 1993, Pages 739-755
Frederick Rowe Davis is Professor and Head and the R. Mark Lubbers Chair in the History of Science in the Department of History at Purdue University. His research interests lie at the intersection of the history of earth and environmental sciences, environmental health, and environmental history. He recently published Banned: A History of Pesticides and the Science of Toxicology (Yale 2014).
Mark Hersey is Associate Professor of History at Mississippi State University and co-editor of Environmental History. His research interests lie in the fields of environmental, rural, and agricultural history, with a particular emphasis on the American South, especially Alabama and Mississippi. He is the author of My Work Is That Of Conservation: An Environmental Biography of George Washington Carver.
Jeremy Vetter is Associate Professor of History at the University of Arizona. His research is at the intersection of environmental history and the history of science and technology in the American West. He is the author of Field Life: Science in the American West during the Railroad Era (Pittsburgh, 2016).