2005 - 2006

SEPTEMBER 27
Organizational: Nature, Culture, and History at UW-Madison

OCTOBER 4
Sara Hotchkiss, "Using the General Land Survey for Reconstructing "Presettlement" Vegetation: Can We Test Its Insights?"

OCTOBER 25
Arthur McEvoy, "Environmental Law and the Decline of New Deal Constitutionalism"

NOVEMBER 2
David Nye (Odense University, Denmark), "Annihilating Surprise? Tourists and Images at Grand Canyon"

NOVEMBER 8
Gregg Mitman, "Cockroaches, Housing, and Race: A History of Asthma and Urban Ecology in America"

NOVEMBER 22
Bill Cronon will facilitate an open conversation on the question, "Why Is Interdisciplinary Work in Environmental History So Hard...and So Important?"

FEBRUARY 1
Jerry Greenberg, "The Intelligently Designed Evolution of Society’s Relationship to Wildfire: How science and information have been used to change the way we look at and manage wildfires"

MARCH 22
Travis Tennessen, "Ranchers, Wilderness, and the Unfortunate Legacy of Conservation in the North Dakota Badlands"

APRIL 5
Group Debriefing and Round Table Discussion of the American Society for Environmental History annual meeting in St. Paul