2002 - 2003
Sara Hotchkiss, "Feedbacks between landscape and culture: 1000 years on a resource gradient"
Sara Hotchkiss, Bill Cronon: "The Challenge of Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Why It's Important, Why It's Hard, and How Best to Succeed at It"
Clark Miller and Paul Erickson, "Harmonizing and Globalizing Second Natures: "The UN Millennium Ecosystem Assessment and other global environmental assessments"
Jeremi Suri, "Ecological Diplomacy: How Perceptions of the Environment have Affected War and Peace"
Sophie Houdart (Laboratoire d'ethnologie et de sociologie comparative, Nanterre ), "Politicising nature : the making process of the Japanese International Exposition, Aichi 2005"
Jim Feldman, "Beyond the Wilderness Boundary: Designating Wilderness in Apostle Islands National Lakeshore"
General Brainstorming Session
Colloquium dinner and film night: Cane Toads
Lou Maher, "Geology by Light Plane"
Ken Raffa, "Gypsy Moth in Wisconsin - What does it tell us about ourselves and how we should address biological invasions?"
Bill Cronon facilitating, "Found Objects: How Do We See Them Differently?"
Cathie Bruner, "UW-Madison's Campus Natural Areas"
Cathie Bruner, Campus Natural Areas field trip