Boundless Nature: Borders and the Environment in North America (and Beyond)

Lecture Description

This lecture explores the intersections between boundaries and the natural world (the historical actor least confined by lines on a map or the dictates of the nation-state), with particular attention to international resource competition and conservation; the human impact upon bordered ecosystems; and the imagined transnational landscape.


Environment and Natural Resources

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