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UNIVERSITY PLACE

American Women in Environmental History – Ep. 767

  • Aired: 09/14/2012
  • 41:04
  • Rating: TV-G
Nancy C. Unger, an associate professor of history at Santa Clara University, examines how the unique environmental concerns and activism of women framed the way the larger culture responded. She also highlights the contributions of Wisconsin women to environmental history. Unger is the author of “Beyond Nature's Housekeepers: American Women in Environmental History.”
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Join Nancy C. Unger for a look at women environmental activists in American history.
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