"Of Roses and Race: The Horticultural Roots of Francis Parkman’s Histories"
Christopher Parsons (Northeastern University)
"Land, Water, and Contested Labor in Mexico's Bread-Basket"
Gabriela Soto Laveaga (Harvard University)
"How to Feel Cold in Hawaiʻi"
Hiʻilei Julia Kawehipuaakahaopulani Hobart (University of Texas at Austin)
"Terraforming 'mississippi-america': June Jordan's Dissident Black Ecological Thought"
J. T. Roane (Arizona State University)
"Enlightening Wildness in Brazil’s ‘Discovery Coast’: Global Markets, Forest Conservation, and Indigenous Agency in late Colonial Brazil"
Gustavo Azenha (Columbia University)
"The Waking Ice"
Bathsheba Demuth (Brown University)
"Three Handfuls of Pecans: Accessing Enslaved Women's Histories through Food"
Tiya Miles (Department of History, Harvard University)
"Maps and Environmental History"
David E. Weimer (Harvard Map Collection)
Garrett Dash Nelson (Norman B. Leventhal Map & Education Center, Boston Public Library)
"Asian History at Water's Edge: Environment and Society in the Long Twentieth Century"
Xiaofei Gao (Asia Center, Harvard University)
Cosponsored with the Asia Center
4/25/19"Ecological Histories of 'Planetary Health'"
Warwick Anderson (University of Sydney/Harvard University)
4/11/19"The Transnational Roots of a Chinese Petro-scape"
Judd Kinzely (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Cosponsored with the Environment in Asia series
"Building the Boundary: Race and Environment at the U.S. Mexico Divide"
04/26/18"Wilderness, Conservation, and Environmental Activism"
"An American Colony in 18th-century France: Les Nantuckois of Dunkirk and the Spread of Enlightened Illumination"
Darrin M. McMahon (Mary Brinsmead Wheelock Professor of History, Dartmouth College)
"Use, Misuse, and Earth Making"
Environmental Poetry Pop-Up Series (Harvard University Center for the Environment and Poetry in America)
"Oceanic Development Policy, Climate Change, and Floating City Projects: The Ups and Downs of Oceanic Urbanization since the 1960s"
Stefan Huebner (Research Fellow, National University of Singapore)
"Shaky Ground: The Untold Story of the Largest Earthquake Surge in Modern History"
Conevery Bolton Valencius (Professor of History, Boston College)
Anna Kuchment (Journalist, Dallas Morning News and Scientific American)
David Corcoran (Associate Director of MIT’s Knight Science Journalism Program, and former editor of the New York Times “Science Times.”)
Victor Seow (Assistant Professor, Department of the History of Science, Harvard University)
"Ecology, Extinction, and the End of the Second Pandemic: Plague in the Ottoman Empire"
Nükhet Varlık (Associate Professor of History, Rutgers University)
Paul Sutter (Professor of History, University of Colorado)
Harriet Ritvo (Arthur J. Conner Professor of History, MIT)
Edmund P. Russell (Professor of History, Boston University)
Lisa Brady (Professor of History, Boise State University)
Gillian Osborne (Harvard University Center for the Environment)
Rosalyn LaPier (Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, University of Montana)
Daniel Zizzamia (Ziff Postdoctoral Fellow, Harvard University Center for the Environment and Department of History)
Naomi Oreskes (Professor of the History of Science and Affiliated Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard University)
Zachary Nowak (American Studies, Harvard University)
Brian Lander (Environmental Fellow, Harvard University Center for the Environment)
"Approaching the Anthropocene: Perspectives from the Humanities and the Sciences"
Fredrik Jonsson (Professor of History, University of Chicago)
Pamela Templer (Professor of Biology, Boston University)
Sophia Roosth (Professor in the History of Science, Harvard University)
Daniel Shrag (Professor of Geology, Harvard University)
Zoe Nyssa (Environmental Fellow, Harvard University Center for the Environment)
"Exotic, Non-Native, and Invasive Species As (A)Historical Categories"
Zach Nowak (Doctoral Candidate in American Studies, Harvard University)
Sunil Amrith (Professor of History and South Asian Studies, Harvard University)
Joyce Chaplin (Professor of History, Harvard University)
Antony Adler (Science, Technology & Society Fellow, Harvard University)
Caterina Scaramelli (Doctoral Candidate in HASTS, MIT)
"Water Buffaloes, Feral Horses, and Waterbirds in the Making and Unmaking of Wetlands’ Livable Nature"
John Lee (Doctoral Candidate in HEAL, Harvard University)
"Forests and the State in Pre-Industrial Korea, 1392-1592"