Log in

Log in

List of Posters

Aissatou Barry, Mari Kramer, and Juno Salazar Parrenas, Cornell University – “Visualizing Rabies Research: A Recent Environmental History”

Elizabeth (Scout) Blum, Troy University – “Rising Waters: The Design, Development, and Implementation of an Environmental Board Game for the Classroom”

Suzanne H. Braunschweig, Jackie Filigenzi and Kerrie Kephart, UMBC – “Other voices in American environmental history: a student designed assignment exploring perspectives of underrepresented minority groups”

Kole Dawson, Boise State University – “Mining the Sacred: A Cultural and Environmental Justice History at the Freeport McMoRan Mine in Papua, Indonesia”

Sophie Jean FitzMaurice, University of California, Berkeley – “Grounding the Wires: Telegraph Lines Visualized”

Matt Green, University of Utah – “Barbarian by Design: The Culture and Commerce of Risk in Backcountry Skiing”

Lynne Heasley, Western Michigan University and Glenn Wolff, Northwestern Michigan College – “Dreamscapes, A Triptych: Ecocultural Storytelling in Three Great Lakes Landforms”

Jeff Hirschy, University of Southern Mississippi – “Public History and Hurricanes: The Construction, Deconstruction, and Reconstruction of The Public History of Hurricanes across the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean”

Caleb Ireland, Bates College – “Let Freedom Ring from the Mighty Cypress Trees to the Amber Waterways: An Environmental History of Marronage in the Great Dismal Swamp”

Chau Johnsen Kelly, University of North Florida – “Variola Tanzania: A novel smallpox outbreak in 1950, southern Tanganyika Territory”

Vasilios Kosmakos, University of Florida – “The Florida Naturalist Oral History Project: Understanding Florida's Interconnected Waterways

Alexei Kraikovski, University of Genova, Italy – “’In the Claws of Neptune’: Managing Marine Environment in the Romanovs Imperial Baltic, 1703-1900”

Creston Long, Salisbury University – “Abandoned Farms, Re-forestation, and Research: The Allegheny Forest Experiment Station on Maryland’s Eastern Shore”

Daniel McDermott, University of Rochester – “Freie Republik Wendland: Rethinking Space and Place in the German Anti-nuclear Movement”

Dmitrijs Porsnovs and Dolly Jørgensen, University of Stavanger – “How listening to science become a disaster: History of tire artificial reefs off the Atlantic coast”

Margaret K. Smith, Jessica DeSpain, Connie Frey Spurlock, Kristine Hildebrandt, Howard Rambsy, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville – “Community-Oriented Digital Engagement Scholars: A Model for Digital Environmental History in the Core Curriculum”

Erin SpinneyUniversity of New Brunswick Saint John – “Infectious Distempers, Contagion, and Environment: Partridge Island Quarantine Station 1830-1900”                                                                                                                                                                            

Jamie Stoner, Mark Madison, Maria Parisi, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – “Conserving Our Fish and Wildlife Resources for More Than 150 Years”

Stephen M. Testa, Testa Environmental Corporation – “The Yuba Goldfields - The Long and Winding Road to Environmental Restoration”

Esther van 't Veen, York University – “Westcoast Transmission: Energy Transition in B.C.”

Thank You
to the Sponsors of ASEH 2023

find us

 ®ASEH copyright 2023