Thursday, November 16 / 8:00 AM - 9:45 AM Concord (Ballroom Level)

Session 15
Rural, Agricultural, and Environmental

Chair: Yurui Hu, The George Washington University

1. The Dying River: An Environmental History of China's Reconstruction Plan in the 1930s and 1960sYurui Hu, The George Washington University.

2. Why Is Coal Still Mined? Insights from Asbestos and the Political Structures of Risk InvisibilizationGabriel Levesque, Department of Sociology, McGill University.

3. Home Matters, but How? Tracing Historical Construction of Place across Rural-Urban Cases of Deindustrialization.Amanda McMillan Lequieu, Drexel University.

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