Colloquia Videos Roundup

The RCC Lunchtime Colloquium series allows fellows of the Rachel Carson Center to present their research to other fellows, to staff, and to the general public. Over the last month we have been trialling a livestream of the talks to make them available to a wider audience. The videos are subsequently uploaded to our youtube channel. Below are three of the talks from July.

If you are interested in watching more of this series (which will restart later this year), please keep an eye on our facebook and twitter pages for information on the streams and uploads. We are always looking to improve the process, so if you have any feedback, please let us know in the comments.

Sainath Suryanarayanan: “Be(e)ing Human: A Social History of Collapsing Beehives in the United States”

Vipul Singh: “Controlling the River: Diara Land and Social Disparity in the Mid-Gangetic Basin”

Jan-Henrik Meyer: “When Europe Went Green: Transnational Networks and the Origins of European Environmental Policy”

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