As part of the Harvard Arboretum Director's Lecture Series, Robin Wall Kimmerer, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor of Environmental Biology, founder and director of the Center for Native Peoples and the Environment, and enrolled member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, will address the ecological and cultural losses of the era of Removal.... Read more about The Council of Pecans
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2009-2011 PhD Chinese Studies, University of Cambridge (UK) Current Position: Associate Professor, Department of History, Boston College
Ling Zhang is a historian studying the environmental and economic history of medieval northern China, with particular emphasis on the environmental problems associated with natural disasters and economic decline in traditional agricultural society.
Beagle Environmental Fellow: 2006-2008 PhD History, UCLA, 2006 Current Position: Associate Professor of History & Environmental Studies and Director of the lnterdepartmental PhD Emphasis in Environment and Society, UC-Santa Barbara
Peter Alagona's research focuses on the cultural and political histories of ecology and the related life, environmental, and conservation sciences.... Read more about Peter Alagona
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2009-2011 PhD History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennyslvania, 2009 Current Position: Assistant Director of Graduates Studies and Associate Professor, History, Arizona State University
Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2010-2012 PhD Architecture, Columbia University Current Position: Associate Professor and Chair of the Graduate Group in Architecture, School of Design, University of Pennsylvania
Daniel A. Barber is an architectural historian analyzing affinities between the history of architecture and the emergence of environmentalism in the 20th century.... Read more about Daniel Barber