"The Black, the Red, & the Green: Anarchism & Environmentalism in the Late-20th-Century US”"The Black, the Red, & the Green: Anarchism & Environmentalism in the Late-20th-Century US”Stokes 102 - Humanities Center2013-03-04T16:30:002013-03-04T18:00:00
March 4, 4:30PM
Stokes 102 - Humanities Center
Keith Woodhouse is a finalist to be the 2013-15 Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Hurford Center for Arts & Humanities. He would participate in the 2013-14 Faculty Seminar, "The Anarchist Tradition, Revisited,” led by Craig Borowiak, Political Science.
As a historian, Keith Woodhouse focuses on the environmentalism movement in the latter part of the twentieth century and how this movement can be used as a lens through which to examine aspects of politics and ideology in the United States. His dissertation, “A Subversive Nature: Radical Environmentalism in the Late Twentieth-Century United States” describes the radical environmentalism movement in the United States from the sixties through the eighties and explores the ideas and values that influenced this movement within the existing political climate. Woodhouse is currently working as a postdoctoral fellow with the University of Southern California and the Huntington Library’s Institute on California and the West, where he has taught survey history courses as well as courses addressing environmentalism more specifically.
PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison, History, 2010; MA, University of Wisconsin-Madison, History, 2003; BA, Amherst College, History, 1995
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