This seminar series is sponsored by MIT's History Faculty and Program in Science, Technology,and Society. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sessions are held from 2:30 to 4:30 pm at MIT in E51-095.
September 22, 2017
"How Everest Became a Mountain"
Peter H. Hansen, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
December 8, 2017
"Cheap Promises: Prescription Diets for People and other Animals"
Anya Zilberstein, Concordia University
February 16, 2018
"Seeds as Deep-Time Technologies"
Courtney Fullilove, Wesleyan University
March 9, 2018
“Menagerie: People and Wildlife in the American City”
Peter S. Alagona, University of California Santa Barbara
April 6, 2018
"Endangered Maize: Indigenous Corn, Industrail Agriculture, and the Specter of Extinction"
Helen Curry, University of Cambridge
April 13, 2018
"Leaky Swamps: A More-than-human History of Containment and Recalcitrance from Australia"
Emily O'Gorman, Macquarie University
April 20, 2018
"Making Meat: Livestock, Landscapes, and a Sense of Place"
Brad Weiss, College of William and Mary