Matthew Johnson, Exhibit Hall C and D, “Black Gold of Paradise: Negotiating Oil Pollution in the U.S. Virgin Islands, 1966-2012.”
Thursday, March 15
10:30 am-12:00 pm, Room MR 8 - John McNeill (chair), Panel 2-H: The Freedom of the Hills? Nature and Empire in Upland Frontiers.
10:30 am-12:00 pm, Room RC E (upper level) - Meredith McKittrick, "Aquatic Dreams: Invisible and Imagined Water in Colonial South West Africa," Panel 2-E: Hidden Histories of Hidden Water: Groundwa- ter Resources and Power.
1:30 pm-3:00 pm, Room RC E (upper level) - John McNeill (chair), Panel 3-E: Acclimating Bodies: The Ecology of Yellow Fever Transmission in the Nineteenth-Century Greater Caribbean.
1:30 pm-3:00 pm, Room MR 9 - Robynne Mellor, "The Aboveground Ecology of an Underground Mine: A Comparison of Uranium Tailings and their Treatment in the U.S. Desert, Soviet Steppe, and Canadian Shield," Panel 3-E: Mined Earth: Transnational Environmental Histories of Extraction.
8:30 am-10:00 am, Room MR 10 - Dagomar Degroot (chair), Panel 5-J: New Perspectives on Climate and History in the Little Ice Age.
8:30 am-10:00 am, Room RC D (upper level) - Tait Keller - "Fallen Trees: Forests and Reshaping the Memory of the First World War," Panel 5-D: Forest Fights: Trees, Memory, and Identity in India, North America, and Poland.
10:30 am-12:00 pm, Room RC F (upper level) - Matthew Johnson, Lightning Session 6-F: Three-Minute Thesis Slam.
Saturday, March 17
10:30 am-12:00 pm, Room RC F (upper level) - Dagomar Degroot,
"Bowhead Whale Hunting in a Cooling Arctic, 1610-1640," and Faisal Husain, "Buffalo Herding in the Tigris-Euphrates Marshes, 1534-1590," Panel 8-F: The Animal Kingdom and Aquatic Ecosystems in the Early Modern World.
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