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Rapid Response History - American Climate Policy from George H.W. Bush to Donald Trump

Tyler Priest, University of Iowa Associate Professor of History and Geography presents "American Climate Policy from George H.W. Bush to Donald Trump."

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Rapid Response History: Elephants and Hunters in Africa

James Giblin, University of Iowa Professor of History presents "Elephants and Hunters in Africa."

Rapid Response History is sponsored by the University of Iowa Department of History and the...

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Obermann Conversations: Global Citizenship

Jason Harshman; assistant professor at the UI College of Education, Alisa Meggitt; teacher at North Central Junior High, and Caleb Elfenbein; associate professor at Grinnell College, discuss "...

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Wonk Wednesday: America Out of Paris

Silvia Secchi, associate professor in the UI Department of Geographical and Sustainability Sciences, and Public Policy Center Environmental Policy Research Program researcher, discusses the...

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Rapid Response History - Biofuels in the US

Silvia Secchi, University of Iowa associate professor of Geographical and Sustainability Sciences presents "Liquid Gold or Fool's Gold? Biofuels in the US."

Rapid Response History is...

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Rapid Response History - Who Invented Extinction?

University of Iowa Department of History lecturer, Elizabeth Yale, presents "Who Invented Extinction?"

Rapid Response History is sponsored by the University of Iowa Department of History...

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Rapid Response History - Imagining Climate in the Age of Romanticism

University of Iowa English professor, Eric Gidal, presents "Imagining Climate in the Age of Romanticism."

Rapid Response History is sponsored by the University of Iowa Department of History...

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Rapid Response History - Indigenous Foodways and Biodiversity

Stephen Warren, associate professor of history, presents "Indigenous Foodways and Biodiversity."

Rapid Response History is sponsored by the University of Iowa Department of History and the...

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Wonk Wednesday: Food for Thought

Natoshia Askelson, assistant professor in the Department of Community and Behavioral Health, leads a panel about the role of school meals in students' health.

Panelists:
Patrick Brady...

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Sunday Speaker Series: Affordable Housing

Crissy Canganelli, Executive Director of Shelter House, Real Estate Appraiser Casey Cook, and Tracy Hightshoe, Iowa City Neighborhood and Development Services Director examine Affordable Housing...

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