This seminar series is sponsored by MIT's History Faculty and Program in Science, Technology,and Society. For more information, contact email@example.com.
Sessions are held from 2:30 to 4:30 pm at MIT in E51-095.
September 14, 2018
"Partly Green: The Past and Future of Sustainable Business"
Adam Rome, University at Buffalo, SUNY
October 5, 2018
"The Optimism of the Dismal Science: Growth, Economics, and The Natural World in the American Century"
Chris Jones, Arizona State University
October 19, 2018
“Where Ideology and Ecology Meet: Telling Russian and American Environmental History at the Bering Strait, 1840-1980”
Bathsheba Demuth, Brown University
November 16, 2018
“The Entangled Histories of the US and Mexican Countryside”
Tore Olsson, University of Tennessee
December 7, 2018
“Markets of Pain: Poppy Politics and the Global Origins of the American Opioid Crisis"
Benjamin Siegel, Boston University
February 8, 2019
“Insects, Entomologists, and Parasites on the Move: The Mediterranean Fruit Fly, Biological Pest Control, and the Global Dimensions of Agricultural Governance in Early Twentieth-Century Hawai'i”
Jessica Wang, University of British Columbia
February 22, 2019
“Black Fertile Earth: A Political Ecology of Suckiaug/Hartford”
Thomas Wickman, Trinity College
April 5, 2019
"Automotive Empire: Roads and Motor Vehicles in the Making of Interwar Africa"
Andrew Denning, University of Kansas