The lecture was sponsored by the Forest History Society, Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, and the Department of History. A video of the lecture will be available after Nov. 1 on the FHS YouTube Channel’s Lecture Series page. Brady also was interviewed about her research talk for North Carolina Public Radio’s program “The State of Things.” The interview aired on Oct. 11 and can be heard at http://wunc.org/post/how-cold-war-boosted-conservation.
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Lisa Brady presented at the 2017 Lynn W. Day Distinguished Lectureship in Forest and Conservation History on Oct. 12 at Duke University’s Environment Hall. Her talk was titled “No-Man’s Land as Nature Preserve: The Strange Case of Cold War Conservation.”