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Bryn Mawr Environmental Historian’s Book Named a Top Pick for 2012 by History News Network

Posted December 13, 2012
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A new book by Ellen Stroud, who is an associate professor in Bryn Mawr’s Growth and Structure of Cities Department and the director of the Environmental Studies Program, has been named one of the top five history books of 2012 by the History News Network. Stroud’s book, Nature Next Door: Cities and Trees in the […]

Cities Professor Travels to Brazil to Develop New Course in Environmental Studies

Posted August 26, 2010
Free University of the Environment, Curitiba, Brazil

Brazil, by far the largest country in Latin America in terms of both area and population (191 million people),  is nevertheless poorly represented in many Latin American studies curricula in the United States, says Gary McDonogh, the coordinator of Bryn Mawr’s program in Latin American, Latino and Iberian Peoples and Cultures. McDonogh, a professor in […]

National Humanities Center Fellowship to support environmental historian Ellen Stroud’s work “Dead as Dirt”

Posted July 16, 2009
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Environmental historian Ellen Stroud plans to complete “Dead as Dirt,” an environmental history of human remains in the 20th-century United States, as a fellow at the National Humanities Center next year. Read more»

Bryn Mawr in the Media: The Philadelphia Inquirer

Posted July 7, 2008

An article about the use of native species bees for crop pollination extensively quotes Assistant Professor of Biology Neal Williams and details the research he is doing on the topic with the aid of Bryn Mawr undergraduates.