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Author-Meets-Reader Panel and Reception for Pam McElwee's Forests are Gold: Trees, People and Environmental Rule in Vietnam 

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Synopsis: Panelists: Dr. Heidi Hausermann (Human Ecology), Dr. Melanie McDermott (Sustainability Institute, TCNJ & Human Ecology), Dr. Pam McElwee (Human Ecology), Diya Paul (PhD Candidate Geography) and Hoang Mai Thach (PhD Student Geography)
Start Time: Friday, September 29, 2017 3:30 PM
End Time: Friday, September 29, 2017 6:00 PM
Location: New Jersey Institute For Food, Nutrition And Health(Ifnh)
Address: 61 Dudley Road
Campus: George H. Cook
Room: Room 101
City, State, Country: New Brunswick, NJ US
Fee: N/A
Speaker: Dr. Pam McElwee, Human Ecology Department
Sponsor: Co-sponsored by the Departments of Human Ecology and Geography
Category: Talk, Lecture, Seminar
Web Site: http://humanecology.rutgers.edu/Documents_PDF/seminars/ForestAreGold_AuthorMeetsReaderPanel_McElwee.pdf
Contact Name: Kristen Goodrich
Contact Email: ker12@sebs.rutgers.edu
Contact Phone: (848) 932-9203
Additional Information: Forests Are Gold examines the management of Vietnam’s forests in the tumultuous twentieth century — from French colonialism to the recent transition to market-oriented economics — as the country united, prospered, and transformed people and landscapes. Forest policy has rarely been about ecology or conservation for nature’s sake, but about managing citizens and society, a process the book terms “environmental rule.” Untangling and understanding these practices and networks of rule illuminates not just thorny issues of environmental change, but also the birth of Vietnam itself. The book is available through the University of Washington Press, and through Amazon, in paperback, hardcover and electronic versions.