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William L. Clements Library pres.

Brown Bag: "Environmental History and Military Metabolism in the War of Independence"

Dr. David Hsiung

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In this Brown Bag lunch talk, Dr. David Hsiung will discuss his current research at the Clements Library as recipient of the Faith and Stephen Brown Fellowship. A U-M grad (PhD in History 1991), he is now the Charles and Shirley Knox Professor of History at Juniata College in Pennsylvania. Dr. Hsiung is working on a book tentatively titled “One If By Land: An Environmental History of the Birth of American Independence and Its Consequences.”

Attendees are welcome to bring a lunch and eat during the presentation.
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