Sarah Frohardt-Lane has chapter in new book

Sarah Frohardt-Lane, assistant professor of history and director of environmental studies, has a chapter in an edited volume of environmental histories of World War II.

“Imagined Resilience: U.S. Conservation Campaigns and Fat Salvage” appears in Resilient City: Urban Environmental Histories of World War II, published by Palgrave MacMillan as part of its Palgrave Studies in World Environmental History series.


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