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Hall, eds. Current Projects: My latest book project is a cultural history of parasites, exploring the role of parasites in human history, and the role of humans as parasites in earthly history. Current Projects: My research has explored the historical and cultural geography of North America, with a particular emphasis on New England, rural landscapes, and tourism. I have written articles on the historical and cultural geographies of New England for journals such as the Annals of the Association of American Geographers , Cultural Geographies , Journal of Historical Geography , Journal of Cultural Geography , among others.
My first book, The View from Vermont , examines tourism's role in the production of rural landscapes and rural identity. After teaching for a few years at a number of institutions, I moved in with my family to Middlebury, Vermont where I am the farm manager for two orchards in partnership with a hard cider company in Burlington. I consider myself very fortunate to be able to work outdoors in the landscape that I love the best. Current Projects: Currently I am carrying out research for a book on the environmental history of the Great Lakes region.
Following that project, I plan to begin a book examining the Peace Corps. Norton explores race and ecology along the U. It examines relationships between women historians and male historical subjects, and between professional historians and their amateur counterparts.
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It explores the practice of history in the context of everyday life, the seductions of gender in the context of racialized power, and the spatial dimensions of 20th-century relationships predicated on 19th-century regional pasts. Kiel williams. Current Projects: I am currently preparing a book manuscript tentatively entitled "Unsettling Territory: Oneida Indian Resurgence and Anti-Sovereignty Backlash," which is about the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin's recovery of reservation land, the expansion of tribal authority on the reservation over the course of the twentieth century, and the origins of an anti-sovereignty movement among non-Indian property owners living within the reservation.
I am also writing about the erasure of settler colonial history in the American Midwest and the history of the American Indian blood quantum system. Adam Mandelman Email: adam. Current Projects: book contract with Weyerhaeuser Environmental Books at the University of Washington Press; freelance writing; freelance digital media production. Environmental Politics , University of Washington Press, Current Projects: I am currently working on a new project, tentatively titled "Distributed Power: Making the Local Energy Movement," that examines the history of the local energy movement since the s energy crises, and the cultural and political barriers that renewable energy leaders have faced in their efforts to decentralize power systems.
Milford B. Currently I am working on two projects. First, I'm finishing up a book manuscript based on my dissertation tentatively titled: Witchcraft and Wellness: Agency and Change in Twentieth-Century South Africa which traces changes in the relationships between health and environment in a rural Zulu-speaking area of South Africa called over the middle of the twentieth century. So doing, the book invokes a number of characters -- rural African women, doctors, nurses, and health educators, izangoma and izinyanga healers , carrots and beetroot, micro- and macronutrients, abathakathi people who send witchcraft and their witchcraft -- to trouble the divide between human and non-human agency.
Second, in a series of single and co-authored articles, I have worked to articulate a political ecology of health empirically, methodologically, and theoretically. Current Projects: Re-envisioning At Sea for publication; completing second book in memoir trilogy that began with Point Last Seen in , an inquiry into tracking and violence in the Kalahari, Namib, and Mojave Deserts; working on a scholarly monograph tentatively titled "No Terrain for the Timid: Theory and Practice of Oral Narratives for Public Lands"; and finishing another novel in the Tally Nowata series.
Eric D. Olmanson Email: eolmanso gmail. Asbury Ave. Current projects: 1 My next book project is a sweeping environmental history of the Denver metropolitan area, arguably the most accidental of major U. It's an especially intriguing case of how a city popularly associated with nature and the outdoors took shape from dogged efforts to defy and even lie about natural limits, and from struggles to bend a forbidding and challenging environment toward something more familiar and benign.
Current Projects: Stop Saving the Planet! Current Projects: I'm currently working on a major exhibition on California Food, set to open in Michael J.
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Fields of Interest: U. Current Project: I am using archival and ethnographic data to examine the environmental history of US development projects in Nepal during the Cold War. Emma Schroeder Email: emma. Christopher C. Current Projects: I have been writing essays and co-editing volumes on the intersections between environmental history and other history fields including special issues of Business History Review and Osiris.
I'm now completing a project entitled "Unsettling Ground: Sprawl, Nature, and the Making of Environmentalism in PostWWII America," and have begun a new study on the passage of industrial hazards from the developed to the developing world. Current Projects: "'Not a brother's war': America's Embattled Textbooks," an examination of how state-history textbooks have portrayed contested historical events from the s through the present and the grassroots activism that they have provoked. I also continue to co-author Mary Beth Norton et al.
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New York: Oxford University Press, Current Projects: I have begun a new study of the environmental history of the idea and practices of cleaning up in the twentieth-century US. In addition, I am writing about how veterinarians made sense of changes in the agricultural economy, and rethought their professional identities in light of new agricultural technologies in the immediate post-war era.
Fields of Interest: 19th and 20th-century U. Current Projects: My dissertation explores the important but often overlooked role that cultural factors have played in shaping urban water use in the U. Focusing on various water-intensive landscapes in Tucson, Phoenix and Las Vegas, my thesis aims to shed light on how an array of factors has influenced urban southwesterners' decisions about how to use scarce water resources.
I am now writing Where the River Burns: Cleveland, Carl Stokes, and the Collapse of Urban America , which connects the urban and environmental crises and one administration's attempts to rebuild a much neglected landscape. While most books about the environment look to the wilderness as a standard against which to measure human society, this book looks instead to our houses. By exploring the history of American domestic life--and by asking how people participated firsthand in industrialization and the adoption of new technologies, urban and suburban development, and growing resource use and pollution--I hope to understand the meaning of nature in contemporary American culture.
Current Projects: I am currently working on a book based on my dissertation research, tentatively entitled A Becoming Land. It explores the challenges and opportunities of diverse human communities adapting to rapid environmental change. I also direct the Quest program www. West, Mexico, comparative frontiers and borderlands, indigenous history, transnational history, social and cultural history Dissertation: "Neighbors by Nature: The Transformation of Land and Life in the U. Current Projects: I am working on two book projects. Tangling his tale with those of his border-crossing cohort, "Empire's Castaway" interweaves U.
The second project, "America's Ghosts: Ruins, Lost Worlds, and the Borderlands of Empire," explores the fascination with ruins and lost worlds on borderlands of European and U. Jennifer Turner Email: montana aya. Current Projects: expatriate westerners, animal bodies, photography. Christopher W.
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Current Projects: "Two Cities, One Hinterland: An Environmental History of the Twin Cities and Greater Minnesota " edited book manuscript in progress, co-edited with George Vrtis ; I am also in the early stages of a new book project examining the idea of "building with nature" in American domestic architecture. Ryan M. Box , Bozeman, MT, Phone: Fields of Interest: rural development, land management Current Projects: energy development, wildfire, and public lands planning in the West.
Lauren Ayers Freelance researcher. Edward J. Current work: My first book, Borderline Americans: Racial Division and Labor War in the Arizona Borderlands Harvard University Press, April , paperback , explores the changing meanings of race in America through the microcosm of southeastern Arizona's mine and ranch country.
More recently I have published articles on immigration history and Arizona border politics. My current research examines the history of the U. Congress's Dillingham Commission, which conducted a massive study of immigration in the early twentieth century. Its findings paved the way for the immigration restrictions of s that ended mass migration to the United States until the s.
Sarah Camacho Denver, Colorado Fields of Interest: urban environmental history; the American West; historic preservation; environmental conservation; Chicago. Current projects: environmental justice organizing in Southern California; promotion of healthy places and communities under neoliberalism; history of social medicine in Latin America. In The Color of the Land, I examine the interaction of class, nationalism, and the politics of race in America.
Using the case of the Muskogee Creek Nation and its neighbors in eastern Oklahoma, I demonstrate how rural class conflict shaped the ways that Native Americans, African Americans, and whites defined the political meaning of their racial and national identities. Catherine A. Email: cathy catherinecorman. Current project: "In the Midst," an audio series focusing on the life of Barbara Beach Alter, 91, a left-leaning American Presbyterian missionary who spent 35 years living in India and never converted anyone — on purpose.
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