Environmental Science, Policy, & Management

Louise Fortmann seeks, in work in both Africa and California, to examine technical, environmental, and ecological issues within the social and political contexts in which they play so important a role.

The first Townsend Center Graduate Student Fellow from the Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management, Geoffrey Mann examines in Race, Labor, Freedom: The Meaning of the Wage in the Western Woods, an important historical...

Robert Campbell's project is titled “Facing North: The Klondike Gold Rush and North American Cultures on the Periphery, 1867-1925.”

A Graduate Student Fellow from the Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management, Jennifer Sokolove examines in Doing Good by Doing Well: Altered Environmental Imaginaries in the American West the role of two new...