2003 - 2004

SEPTEMBER 23
Kendra Smith, "All Consuming Nature: Methodological Approaches to Environmental History and Consumer Culture"

OCTOBER 7
Bill Cronon, "Can Scholars and Scientists Really Be Useful Beyond the Ivory Tower? The Pleasures and Perils of Environmental Service Outside the Academy"

OCTOBER 21
Hong Jiang, "Using GIS to Analyze Past Environmental Change"

NOVEMBER 4
Janet Silbernagel, "The Landscape Canvas of Cultivation in Wisconsin 's Lake Superior Region"

NOVEMBER 18
Don Waller on "Fifty Years of Ecological Change in Wisconsin"

JANUARY 27
Michelle Steen-Adams, "Historic Land Surveys as a Resource for Environmental Historical Research"

FEBRUARY 10
Dawn Biehler and Mike Rawson , "Environmental History Goes Downtown: Finding a Place for the City in Environmental Scholarship"

FEBRUARY 25
John McNeill (Georgetown), "Synthesizing 20th-Century Global Environmental History"

MARCH 4
Keith Benson (NSF), "Opportunities for Funding Research in Environmental History"

MARCH 24
Jared Diamond (UCLA), "Lessons of Past Environmental Collapse"

APRIL 14
Donald Worster (Kansas), "A Conversation with Donald Worster on Environmental History"

APRIL 27
Nancy Langston, "Polluted Bodies: An Environmental History of Endocrine Disruptors"