list of poster presentations
The following posters will be on display at ASEH’s 2018 conference from March 14-17. The poster authors will be available to discuss their research on Saturday morning, March 17, at 10:00 a.m.
Hannah Ashley, Colorado State University – “Magnificent Megafauna or Fearsome Foe? Managing Wildlife and the Public in the American West”
Renaud Bécot and Stéphane Frioux, Université de Lyon-Saint-Etienne – "The Rise of Urban Environmental Policies in France, Between Risk Management and Social Innovations: The Case of Lyons, 1950s-1990s"
Jennifer M. Bernstein, University of Southern California – “Beyond Owls versus Jobs: Place, Economy, and Nature in Headwaters Forest”
Hayley Brazier, University of Oregon – “Re-Envisioning the Difference Between Land and Sea: The Case of Ice in the Southern Ocean”
Jen Corrinne Brown, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi – “South Texas Stories: An Oral/Aural History Project”
Steven B. Davis, University of Kansas - "Civil War in a Can: Sweetened Condensed Milk Production as a Case Study in the Militarization of Northern Landscapes, 1861-1865"
Regina Horta Duarte, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil – “Exchanging Animals: Connected Histories of Latin American Zoos”
Lauren Ducas, Utah State University – “Irrigated Eden or Temptations in the Desert: the Central Snake River Plain in Photography”
Sandro Dutra e Silva, State University of Goiás/UniEVANGELICA, Brazil – ”Colonization and Deforestation in the Brazilian West: the Agricultural Frontier in Goiás (1940-1960)”
Elizabeth Hameeteman, Boston University – “The Water Rights Revolution: Constitutionalizing Environmental Protection in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts”
Conrad Hirano, Montana State University – “Japan's Capital of Smoke: Osaka's Air Pollution from the 1870s to 1930s”
Robert Hoberman, Rutgers University-Newark/New Jersey Institute of Technology - "The End of These Woods: Working-Class Environmentalism in the New Jersey Pine Barrens"
Matthew Johnson, Georgetown University - "Black Gold of Paradise: Negotiating Oil Pollution in the U.S. Virgin Islands, 1966-2012"
Joshua Lieto, University of California-Riverside - "Written in Wood: Textual and Ecological Transformations in Early 20th-Century Sumatra, Indonesia"
Creston Long, Salisbury University – "From Tobacco Barn to Sawmill: The Evolution of Timber Practices on Maryland’s Eastern Shore"
Brandon Luedtke, University of Kansas – “’And Then Come the Trouble’: Castor Biology and the Limits of Agro-industrial Research”
Joshua MacFadyen, Arizona State University - "Flax Americana: A Historical Model of Telecoupled Commodity Webs"
Daniel May, Australian National University - "How has the Restoration of Traditional Burning Been Portrayed in the Anthropocene? The Politics of Aboriginal Australian Fire Management"
Samira Peruchi Moretto, Federal University of Southern Frontier/, Brazil and Rubens Onofre Nodari, Federal University of Santa Catarina/, Brazil – “Feijoa (Acca sellowiana) from Southern America to the World”
Lauryn Nellum, University of California-Riverside - "Don't Emit to Climate Change: The Role of Methane Production in California"
Islam Al-Imran Ruhul, University of Tsukuba, Japan - "Waste and Bio-resources in Rural Bangladesh: Assessment of Biogas Energy Potential from Agriculture and Livestock Residues"
Katie Schroeder, Case Western Reserve University - “Backfire: Untangling Intent in the Staten Island Quarantine Riot of 1858”
Ximena Sevilla, University of Kansas – “Where Enlightenment and Improvement End: the Bishop Martinez Compañon’s Efforts at Modernizing the Montaña region in the late Eighteenth Century”
Jonathan Shafer, Auburn University – "Segregating Nature: Race and Class in Shenandoah National Park, 1932-1950"
Teresa Sabol Spezio, Pitzer College – “Oil’s Prism: Divergent and Convergent Views of Oil Contamination, the Marine Environment and Policy Over Four Decades of the International Oil Spill Conference”
Joseph Whitson, University of Minnesota - "Indigenous Geotags: (Re)claiming Space through Digital Public History"