2004 - 2005

SEPTEMBER 21
Tim Allen, "Enough Tokenism: Science Needs Rescuing by History"

OCTOBER 5
Bill Cronon facilitating, General Introductions and Brainstorming Session

OCTOBER 19
Richard White (Stanford), "Environmental History and Public Policy"

OCTOBER 26
Dave Foreman (Rewilding Institute), "The Rewilding Institute's EcoWild Program"

NOVEMBER 16
Bill Cronon facilitating, "Reflecting on the 2004 Election: Its Implications and Consequences for the Environment"

FEBRUARY 8
David Bart, "Narrative Explanations Versus Story Telling: The Challenges of Demonstrating Causal Linkages Among Events in Explaining Environmental Change"

FEBRUARY 22
Rebecca Solnit, "Time in Yosemite: Ice Ages, Tree Clocks, Ghost Rivers"

MARCH 8
Art McEvoy, "On Teaching Environmental Justice"

MARCH 29
Jerry Jacka, "End Times: Papua New Guinean Narratives of Ecological Decline in a Development Era."

APRIL 26
Daniel Einstein, "A cultural landscape history of the Campus Natural Areas / Lakeshore Nature Preserve: 12,000 years of picnics and campfires"