Withering Wests: Environmental Histories of Water in Western Australia and the American West

TIME AND DATE
Thursday, February 21, 2013
4:15 - 6:00 pm

LOCATION

Department of History
Lane History Corner, Room 307

450 Serra Mall, Bldg. 200
Stanford University

Open to the Public

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Bill Lane Center visiting scholar Ruth Morgan will be talking at the Stanford University Department of History about her work studying the environmental histories of Western Australia and the American West. Light refreshments will be served. 

The Department of History presents 

Withering Wests: Environmental Histories of Water in Western Australia and the American West 
 
Dr. Ruth Morgan 
Lecturer in Australian History , Monash University 
 
February 21, 2013 at 4:15 in Lane History Corner, room 307
Light refreshments will be served 

Participants

Ruth Morgan

Ruth Morgan is a Lecturer in Australian History at Monash University whose work focuses on the environmental history and history of science of water resources and their management. Ruth has examined these themes in the Western Australian context, focusing particularly on scientific, political and lay concerns about water scarcity and a drying climate. Her work contrasts Indigenous and non-Indigenous approaches to land and water management in urban and rural Australia, and how these approaches have changed over time.

 

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