What History Is Good For Panel

 

Is the climate warming at a terrifying pace? Are toxins leaking into the groundwater? Do our cities have wide, gaping food deserts? In the first event of the What Arts & Humanities Are Good For series, we’ll ask how we can deploy the essential insights and methods of History to tackle urgent environmental issues.

William Cronon, History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Francis Ludlow, Yale Climate & Energy Institute
John Haldon, History, Princeton University

Moderator—Jenny Price, PEI, Princeton University

What History Is Good For Panel

Publish Date

October 9, 2014

Presenter(s)

Jenny Price

Video Length

01:37:47

 

Is the climate warming at a terrifying pace? Are toxins leaking into the groundwater? Do our cities have wide, gaping food deserts? In the first event of the What Arts & Humanities Are Good For series, we’ll ask how we can deploy the essential insights and methods of History to tackle urgent environmental issues.

William Cronon, History, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Francis Ludlow, Yale Climate & Energy Institute
John Haldon, History, Princeton University

Moderator—Jenny Price, PEI, Princeton University