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

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Call of the Domestic: Huskies, Prospectors, and Inupiat in the Nome Gold Rush
 Demuth, Bathsheba.

Capitalism and the Wilderness Idea: Conservation, Labor, and the Industrial Forest
 Cohen, David.

Changes in the Nightscape: Light Pollution, Regimes of (Im)perceptibility, and History in Artificial Light at Night Imagery
 Pritchard, Sara.

Chasing the Chinook: Knowing the Wind through Science and Bodily Experience
 Vetter, Jeremy.

Coal, Power, and the Long Energy Crisis of the 1970s
 Free, Jonathan.

Coffee Planters and the origins of conservation in colonial Ceylon
 Guneratne, Arjun.

Colonia Hull House Restaurants: the Comforts of Home or the Exotic on Mexican Boulevard
 Innis-Jiménez, Michael.

Colonial Regulation of Religious Slaughter of Animals
 Yahaya, Nurfadzilah.

Colonial Space, Indigenous land use, and resource extraction in the Yukon, 1900-1940
 Green, Heather.

Colonizing Light? The Contentious Development of Artificial Light in British India
 Hasenöhrl, Ute.

Commemorating Danger: Toxic Hazards and Communicating with Future Generations at an Abandoned Gold Mine
 Sandlos, John.

Conservation Economics and Ecological Economics: Aldo Leopold’s Unrealised Proposals to Rethink Economics
 Lin, Qi Feng.

Constructing Wetlands
 Martin, Laura.

Constructing the Built Environment: The Environmental Impact of Artificial Humidity and Temperature on Worker Bodies in Southern Textile Mill Design: 1880-1940
 Fitzgerald, Gerard.

Coping with floods without an ark: urban nature and local ingenuity in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires in the late 20th century
 Sedrez, Lise. and Casa Nova Maia, Andrea.

Cotton and the Ecology of Industrial Capitalism in the Indo-Atlantic
 Ippen, William.

Covering the Earth: Linseed Oil and Telecoupled Commodities in the Prairie West
 MacFadyen, Joshua.

Creating a National Wilderness: Landscape Artists, Visual Rhetoric, and the Cultural Production of Knowledge in the Yosemite Valley, 1860s-1870s
 Vicknair, Alexandra.

Crude Matters: El campo Furbero and the Expansion the Southern Oil Frontier in Papantla, Veracruz, Mexico
 Salas Landa, Monica.

Cultivating Sweetness: How Global Demand Shaped Agricultural Practice and Made an Industry
 Weeks, Michael.

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