Coastal Nature, Coastal Culture:
Environmental Histories of the
Fisherman © Courtesy of Sammy Moore
February 18-20, 2016
Coastal Georgia Center
Historic Savannah, Georgia
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Podcasts & Videos of the lectures are found below.
Islands, Edges, Globe: Environment and Culture on the Georgia Coast.
Lowcountry Creoles: The Upper Guinea Coast and Coastal Georgia and South Carolina Environments in the Making of the Gullah Geechee.
Water is for Fighting Over: Papermaking and the Struggle over Groundwater Use in Coastal Gerogia, 1930s – 2000s
Visualizing the Southern Frontier: Cartography and Colonization in Eighteenth-Century Georgia.
The Gold Standard: Sunbelt Environmentalism and Coastal Protection.
The Ghosts of Dunbar Creek: Slave Narratives, Dark Tourism, and the Meaning of Water
Coastal Edens: Imagining Lowcountry Plantation Environments from Both Sides of the Civil War.
The First Conservationists? Northern Money and Lowcountry Georgia, 1866-1930
Five Millennia of Human History on the Georgia Sea Islands: Unique in the World.
Longleaf Pine, From Plank to Pulp: Production and Consumption on Georgia’s Coastal Plain, 1870-1930
The Majestic Scene East-ward”: Discovering a Sense of Place in the Literature of the Georgia Coast