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

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Waste Lands: The Role of Expertise and Technology in Plans for Overcoming Natural Limits in the Early-20th-Century U. S. West
 Gregg, Sara.

Wasting Coconuts? Competing Visions for Environments and Economies in French Pacific Islands, 1900-1960
 Stevens, Kate.

Weighing the Cost: Regulation and its Discontents in the 1970s
 Woodhouse, Keith.

Wetlands as Wastelands: Soggy Lands, Wasted Bodies
 Carlson, Anthony.

What Clean Should Smell Like: Body Work, Laundry, and the Politics of Nature in the US, 1931-1947
 Greeney, Spring.


What Grows in the Greenhouse? Herman Miller and Design for the Environment, 1942-2017
 Zimring, Carl.

When Cities Became Ecosystems: How ecologists discovered urban nature, why it took them so long to do so, and what they found when they did
 Alagona, Peter.

Wild Roots: The Social and Environmental impact of the Ginseng Market on Haudenosaunee Communities
 Hopkins, Kelly.

Working Like a Dog: The Question of Urban Dog Labor in 19th-Century America
 Robichaud, Andrew.

World Views and the Changing Human Place in Tidal Wetlands
 Hatvany, Matthew.

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