Canadian(ists) in San Francisco

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We invite you to join us for a drink at Puccini & Pinetti on Thursday, 13 March, at 5:30pm with some of the other Canadians attending the ASEH. This Italian restaurant is located at 129 Ellis Street (across the street from the hotel), and it comes well recommended by the conference organizers.  We have a limited number of seats reserved at 5:30, so please head over as soon as you can after the last session. Happy hour goes until 6pm, so that may be extra incentive!

The first round is on NiCHE, and people can then decide whether to stay or go out from there for dinner on their own. Please RSVP reply to me (joshmacfadyen@gmail.com) if you would like to join us.

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I am an Assistant Professor of Environmental Humanities in the School of Historical, Philosophical, and Religious Studies and the School of Sustainability at Arizona State University. As co-investigator on the Sustainable Farm Systems Project (based at the University of Saskatchewan) I am building on the work of the Great Plains Population and Environment Project, conducting new research in agriculture on the Plains and my own case study of Prince Edward Island. From 2010-2014 I was a SSHRC postdoctoral fellow and then NiCHE project coordinator.
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