Sarah Stanford-McIntyre, American Studies - Ph.D. Defense
Thursday, May 11
1pm - 3pm
College Apartments, Apt. 5

Sarah Stanford-McIntyre, American Studies - Ph.D. Defense

Title: Refining the Desert: the Politics of Wealth, Industrialization, and Environmental Risk in the Twentieth-Century Texas Oil Industry

Advisor: Alan Braddock/Cindy Hahamovitch

    Faculty Assembly Meeting
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    3:30pm - 5pm
    Blow Memorial Hall, Board Room
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      Thursday, May 11
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