Ashley Roseberry, advanced PhD candidate at UGA, is our next guest in the D-H workshop. Her paper is entitled “Cultivating Authenticity: The Creation of Argentine Yerba Mate, 1900-1935.” We will meet to discuss the piece on Friday, Apr. 7 at 3:30 in 320 Leconte. Please join us!
Please join us on Monday, March 13 at 3:30 in 201 Leconte to workshop “THE TRIAL OF THE SCRUB SIRE: LIVESTOCK BREEDING, EUGENICS, AND STATE POWER IN THE INTERWAR UNITED STATES,” by Gabriel N. Rosenberg, assistant professor of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Duke University.
Thursday, Feb. 23rd, 12:30pm: “From Fighting for the Franchise to Fighting for the Franchise: Civil Rights Heroes at the Drive-thru”. Seminar Room 102, LeConte Hall. For a copy of the paper, email email@example.com.
Thursday, Feb. 23rd, 5pm A talk by Marcia Chatelain, Associate Professor Georgetown University, “Burgers in the Age of Black Capitalism: How Civil Rights and Fast Food Changed America after 1968.” LeConte Hall 101.
Upcoming Dirty History sessions include:
February 22 @ 12:30 in 320 LeConte: Marcia Chatelain
March 13 @ 3:30 in 200 Conference room: Gabriel Rosenberg
April 7 @ 3:30 in 320 LeConte: Ashley Roseberry
Thomas Rogers, Associate Professor of History at Emory University, will host a discussion of his paper, “How Brazil’s Biofuel Program Made a Meal of Rural Workers” on Friday, Jan 20 at 3:30pm in 320 Leconte Hall. I pass on the following preface from Tom: “Thank you for reading this paper about sugarcane workers in Brazil. I’m working on a book about the national alcohol-production program referenced in the paper: Proálcool. The book explores the program’s origins and its environmental and labor impacts. This paper will be part of one chapter on the latter theme. I look forward to discussing the piece and appreciate your thoughts.” If you would like a copy of the paper, contact Dan Rood. Please join us!
Thanks for a great inaugural session last week – the presence of folks from Geography and Sociology was particularly welcome. Hopefully you’ll all be able to join us for the next session, to be held on Friday, Dec. 2 at 3:30 in Leconte 320.
We will be discussing work by Bryant Simon (Temple University) on the aftermath of a 1991 conflagration at a North Carolina poultry plant. To request a copy of the paper, or to be added to the listserv, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are excited to announce the first meeting of a monthly paper workshop in “Dirty History: An Interdisciplinary Workshop in Agriculture, Environment, and Capitalism.” Our first author is Luke Manget, PhD candidate in History at UGA, who will be sharing a dissertation chapter draft entitled “‘Beasts in the Garden’: Class, Conservation, and Ginseng in post-Civil War Appalachia.”
The workshop will be held in the beautiful (but arctic) conference room of Leconte Hall on Friday, November 18, at 3:30 pm. Hope to see you all there.