History professor Lisa Brady, along with Kate Claussen, a history department graduate research assistant, curated an exhibit about Earth Day that is now on display at Albertson Library. The exhibit, which highlights Earth Day celebrations from Boise State’s past as well as … (Read More) Exhibit about Earth Day now on display at the Albertson’s Library until 4/29/2016
Curious about Earth Day? Learn more about it by visiting the Earth Day Exhibit now on display at Albertson Library. The exhibit, researched and produced by History Professor Lisa Brady and Kate Claussen, History Department Graduate Research Assistant, … (Read More) Earth Day exhibit on display now in Albertson’s Library
History professor Lisa Brady recently contributed the essay “Has Environmental History Lost Its Way?” to “Process – A Blog for American History,” hosted by the Journal of American History and the Organization for American Historians. She also participated in a … (Read More) Has Environmental History Lost It’s Way?
Lisa Brady Professor, Department of History College of Arts and Sciences A lecture presented by historian Lisa Brady titled “Battling Nature in Korea and Vietnam” will air on CSPAN-3 at 8 p.m. (ET) on Saturday, Sept. 5. The lecture is part of the network’s … (Read More) Historian Lisa Brady titled “Battling Nature in Korea and Vietnam” will air on CSPAN-3
Dr. Lisa Brady was at Weber State University in Ogden Utah, giving the Lampros Lecture in Civil War History on November 11, 2014. Her talk was entitled “Down and Dirty in Dixie: An Environmental History of the U…S Civil War.” Her work … (Read More) Dr. Lisa Brady at Weber State University in Ogden Utah
The American Civil War may well be the defining event in our nation’s history. Some have suggested that in many ways the bloody conflict that threatened to destroy the Union has never completely ended. Some of the most prominent and … (Read More) Conference at Boise State Features Prominent Civil War Historians