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Lisa Brady publishes on the Korean DMZ as a scientific landscape

Lisa Brady
Lisa Brady, History, faculty/staff, studio portrait, photo by Priscilla Grover

Lisa Brady, a professor in the Department of History, published “From War Zone to Biosphere Reserve: The Korean DMZ as a Scientific Landscape” in Notes and Records of the Royal Society of the History of Science.

Brady’s piece is part of a special volume edited by Anita Guerrini (Oregon State University) and Georgina Montgomery (Michigan State University) and is based on Brady’s keynote address at the Biodiversity and the History of Scientific Environments workshop at Oregon State in 2018.