2010 - 2011

SEPTEMBER 15
Bill Cronon, facilitator: "Launching the Year, Reintroducing Ourselves, and Brainstorming Topics and Activities for 2010-2011"

SEPTEMBER 29
Neil Maher, Rutgers and New Jersey Institute of Technology, "Ground Control: Unearthing An Environmental History of the Space Race"

OCTOBER 13
Gregg Mitman and Bill Cronon, "Brainstorming the CHE Methods Seminar and Place-Based Workshop for Spring 2011"

OCTOBER 20
Scott Peters, Cornell University, "Re-storying Land-Grant Colleges of Agriculture: Exemplars of Public Service, Technocratic Colonizers, or Catalysts for Democracy and Sustainability?"

OCTOBER 27
Germán Palacio, "The Third Conquest of the Colombian Amazon by Global Forces: Neo-Conservationism Vs Neo Developmentalism"

NOVEMBER 10
Helen Tilley, History of Medicine, "'The Wisdom of the Peoples': African Networks and the Internationalization of 'Traditional Knowledge'"

DECEMBER 1
Ian Baird, Department of Geography, UW-Madison — "Hydroelectric Dam Development in the Sesan River Basin in Vietnam and Cambodia: A Story about Unequal Power Relations and the Failure of the Mekong River Commission to Effectively Address Transboundary Environmental and Social Impacts"

FEBRUARY 9
Erika Marín-Spiotta, "Reading Recent History from the Trees and the Soils: An Introduction"

MARCH 9
Naomi Oreskes, University of California, San Diego

APRIL 6
Eve Emshwiller, Botany Department, UW-Madison

APRIL 27
CHE Members Meeting