ASEH Annual Conference 2017-Mar-29 to 2017-Apr-03

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A Comparative Analysis of the Environmental Effects of Cold War Uranium Mining in Grants, New Mexico
 Mellor, Robynne.

A Landscape of Water and Waste: How Low-Grade Iron Ore Mining Transformed the Mesabi Range
 Baeten, John.

A Military-Industrial Cleanup: The End of the Cold War and the Remediation of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal
 Foxley, Curtis.

A Patchwork Homogeneity: Industrial Cotton in Interwar New Mexico
 Carleton, William.

A Patchwork of Land Rights: The 1970s Energy Crisis and Coal in the American West
 Tate, Ryan.


A Precarious Mediterranean Mountain Ecology: Migration, Silk and Famine in Lebanon, 1887-1918
 Pitts, Graham.

A Report to the Consumer: Ida Honorof and Environmental Activism
 Hay, Amy.

A Thermal Spring and Its City: Describing Early Modern Ottoman Sofia
 Peychev, Stefan.

A little like Philanthropy, a lot like War: The Production of Environmental Refugees before the advent of Climate Change Discourse
 Bandopadhyay, Saptarishi.

A “Quiet Revolution” on the Urban Fringe: New Approaches to Conservation on the Metropolitan Edge
 Mahoney, Eleanor.


Across the Line: Cross-Border Effects of Trapline Registration in Northern British Columbia and the Yukon
 Iceton, Glenn.

Adjudicating less water in the 21st century American West
 Perramond, Eric.

Adopting trees. Climate Change and Landscape Transformation in Sixteenth-century Ottoman Anatolia
 Falkowski, Mateusz.

After the Fall: Deforestation and the Rise of New South Fruit Farming, 1880-1930
 Roberts, Stacy.

Agroindustrialization and the Green Revolution: The Rise of the Brazilian Sugar and Alcohol Complex in Ribeirão Preto, São Paulo, 1960-1990
 Eaglin, Jennifer.


Alien Land Ethic: The Distance Between
 Savoy, Lauret.

American Canners in the Gulf: Commodifying Lobsters 1870 to 1914
 Morton, Suzanne.

An Efficient Slaughter: How the Social Intelligence of Cows Helped to Make American Beef Cheap
 LeCain, Tim.

An Empire of Emigrants? Migration, Climate, and Socio-Technical Imaginaries of Italian Imperialism, 1880-1940
 Caglioti, Angelo.

An Uncommon Commodity: The Triumph of Ginseng Cultivation in the United States, 1890-1920
 Manget, Thomas.


Antony Fisher, Buxted Chicken, and the Meaning of Freedom: Towards an Environmental History of Neoliberalism
 Uekotter, Frank.

Appetite for Construction: Design History as Environmental History
 Fallan, Kjetil.

Assembling Prehistory
 Rieppel, Lukas.

At the Mercy of the Swarm: Defining Utopian Agriculture through Locust Devastation in the 1870s
 Vaught, Jeannette.
ASEH Annual Conference 2017-Mar-29 to 2017-Apr-03
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