Public Oral History Interview with Downwinder Trisha Pritikin

On January 11, 2019 an intimate group of students, professors, and community members met in the Valley Library to listen to an oral history interview of Downwinder, Trisha Pritikin, which was facilitated by Dr. Jacob Hamblin. Pritikin was being interviewed as part of a National Science Foundation grant through Oregon State University to understand the history of […]

Roll on, Cascadia, roll on!

Professors Jacob Hamblin, Anita Guerrini, and Linda Richards and a group of Oregon State University history of science graduate students attended the Cascadia Environmental History Collaborative (CEHC) at the end of August to meet with other Pacific Northwest profs, grads, and post-docs dedicated to working in environmental history. Gathering at the University of Washington Pack […]

Nuclear Environments (A 70 year retrospective)

Thursday April 23rd, 2015, The Environmental Arts and Humanities Program held a public, interdisciplinary panel discussion on nuclear power and the environment in remembrance of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki nearly three quarters of a century ago. Students and faculty gathered in the Special Collections and Archives Research Center on the fifth floor of the […]