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Dirty History Workshop: Helen Curry

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201 Conference Room, LeConte Hall

Faculty and graduate students from any department are invited to join us to discuss the paper "Reading the Green Revolution: Libraries, books, and bibliographies as technologies of agricultural transformation”. With Helen Curry, Melvin Kranzberg Professor, Professor in History of Technology in the School of History and Sociology, Georgia Tech.

The draft paper will be distributed to the Dirty History listserv two weeks in advance. If you'd like to get on the Dirty History listserv to receive the papers, email

Dirty History is an interdisciplinary workshop for scholars working at the intersection of agriculture, environment, and capitalism.

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