Rural Issues Workshop with Ian Jesse-FR
Ian Jesse will present his paper “The Farmer and the Fox: Life, Death, and Profit(?) on New Brunswick Fox Farms” at the Rural Issues Workshop. After the workshop, we will reconvene at the Grad House for dinner at 5:30 p.m.
Ian J. Jesse is a PhD candidate in history working under the supervision of Drs. Scott See and Mark McLaughlin. This year, he is a visiting Fulbright Doctoral Fellow in history at UNB. His dissertation, "Negotiated Wildlife: Animals, Work, and the Rural Residents of the Northeast" explores the connections between wildlife and rural communities in Maine and New Brunswick during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His work, in addition to receiving funding from the Fulbright commission, has also been generously supported by the University of Maine Canadian-American Center, the Bobby and Sandy Ives Research Fund, and the National Science Foundation.
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Building: Forestry & Geology Building
Room Number: 202
1 506 453 4975