Fall 1999 Lecture Series

Nature in History

“Conquests from Barbarism”: Taming Nature in Frederician Prussia 
September 28, 1999
David Blackbourn (Harvard University)

The Environmental History of the Rhine River, 1815 to the Present 
October 05, 1999
Marc Cioc (University of California at Santa Cruz)

Waldsterben: The Construction and Deconstruction of an Environmental Problem 
October 12, 1999
Franz-Josef Brüggemeier (University of Freiburg)

The Green Prince of Germany: The Gardens of Pückler-Muskau and the Late Romatic Landscape 
October 26, 1999
Linda Bryan Parshall (Dumbarton Oaks)

Heinrich Himmler and Landscape Planning in Nazi Germany 
November 11, 1999
Joachim Wolschke-Bulmahn (University of Hannover)

Nature and National Identity in Postwar West Germany 
December 02, 1999
Sandra Chaney (Erskine College)