2nd Annual American Society for Environmental History Twitter Conference, April 4, 2019 / 3:00–6:00 pm EDT

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The ASEH Graduate Student Caucus presents



Thursday, April 4, 2019

3:00–6:00 pm EDT

Join the American Society Graduate Student Caucus and the NiCHE New Scholars Committee for a Twitter Conference this Thursday, April 4, 2019. The conference will follow the schedule below, and will be moderated by @ASEHGradCaucus. Each presenter will have 10-12 Tweets to present their original research. Questions and comments are welcomed in the second half of each presentation time slot. Tune in, retweet, and relish environmental history in its most condensed form!

3:00–3:30 pm EDT
Caitlynn Beckett, Memorial University, “Caring for Contamination in Northern Canada.”

3:30–4:00 pm EDT
Erin Spinney, Independent Scholar, “Sites of Care and Control: Healthy Environments and Royal Navy Hospital Ships 1790-1815.”

4:00–4:30 pm EDT
Chris Slaby, College of William & Mary, “Indigenous Thinkers and Environmental Thought in the Northeast: Occom, Aupaumet, and Apess.”

4:30–5:00 pm EDT
Katrin Boniface, University of California, Riverside, “Global Gaits: 19th-century World Trade in ‘Vermont Trotting Horses.'”

5:00–5:30 pm EDT
Scout Blum, Troy University, “Environmental Values and Views in Modern Tabletop Games.”

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Charlotte Leib

is a Ph.D. Student in History at Yale University. Her work focuses on the built environment and the ways that humans have responded to and represented environmental change and disaster on the Northeastern Atlantic coast during the seventeenth through twentieth centuries.

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