2006 - 2007
Brian Donahue, "Meadows to Markets: Environmental History in Concord, Massachusetts"
Samer Alatout, "Bio-territorial power and water in context: Israeli occupation of the West Bank, military orders, and frameworks of security, 1967-1992"
Introductory Session: "Getting to Know Each Other: Folks Who Do Environmental History at UW-Madison"
Richard Keller, "City of Light, City of Heat: Social Ecology and the Making of the Paris Heat Wave"
Tom Brooking, University of Otago, New Zealand, "The Construction of the Grasslands in 'Newest England': New Zealand 1850s - 1920s"
Dawn Biehler, "Back-Alley Ecology: Rats, Public Health, and Urban Renewal in Baltimore, 1942-1955"
Andrew Case & Amrys Williams (with assistance from Todd Dresser & Kendra Smith-Howard), "Omnivorous Historians: Integrating Histories of Food, Agriculture, and Health"
Gregg Mitman, "Dreaming of CHE: Imagining and Building a Center for Culture, History, and Environment"
Gregg Mitman, A Tour of CHE's Future Home
Jerry Greenberg, "What Happens in Nevada, Stays in Nevada: How Public Lands Bills There Have Set Off a Firestorm Within the Wilderness Community"
General Discussion of the Center for Culture, History, and Environment's Proposed Certificate for Meeting Minor Requirements in the Graduate School
Conversation about Graduate Student Goals for new Center for Culture, History, and Environment (for grad students only)