Research Interests: History of natural history; colonialism in the Americas; collecting expeditions; paleontology and fossil hunting; interactions between scientists and indigenous people; environmental history; human interactions with marine environments; agriculture and aquaculture
Research Interests: History of science, technology, and engineering; public infrastructure and technology; state sponsorship of research and design; theory and epistemology of applied sciences; science-fiction and cultural acceptance of scientific and technological advance; technological fear; infrastructure studies; development studies; environmental justice; rural studies
Research Interests: The intersections of health and development, the global and the local, in the making and mediation of people, ideas, values, practices and materials. The focus of her current project is infant mortality.
Research Interests: History of environmental monitoring; legal assimilation of biological and environmental data; history of 20th century biology; scientific collaborations between New Zealand and the United States; history of environmental, biological, and meteorological IGOs and cooperative ventures; history of ecology/phenology; history of wildlife conservation and animal welfare; history of carbon dioxide measurement.
Research Interests: Global history, history of colonialism and capitalism. Animal studies, natural history, biology, and environmental history. Anthropology and ethnography. History of Latin America and the Global South. ... Read more about Angélica Márquez-Osuna
Assistant Professor, American Studies, Williams College
Research Interests: Native science; indigeneity and science; science and nation building; intellectual decolonization movements; New Deal sciences; traditional ecological knowledge, history of anthropology and archeology; environmental history; postcolonial, feminist and queer theory; haudenosaunee (Six Nations) history; postcolonial material history and museum studies.
Research Interests: The historical elements of the environmental movement. From a research question that explores social reception to behaviors that impact the environment, my goal is to find something that would spark another environmental movement and incite change among the population to rally for action against climate change by mobilizing people of the world to fight for environmental issues... Read more about Deng-Tung Wang
Research interests: Modern China; modern Vietnam; North Korea; socialism and socialist science; postcolonial STS; agricultural science; public health; nutrition scicience; environmental history; political ecology; science and medicine in the socialist bloc;Traditional Asian medicines