Presentation: Jeff Schauer

​Jeff Schauer (History) delivered a public lecture at Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington. The lecture, titled "Operation Noah: Conservation, Development, and Colonialism on the Zambezi," explored the long-term consequences on regional, national, and global scales of constructing the Kariba Dam in southern Africa for wildlife populations and human settlement. While at Gonzaga, Schauer also discussed his recent book, Wildlife between Empire and Nation in Twentieth Century Africa, with students in an African environmental history course, and gave a lecture titled "Elephant Problems: National Parks, International Scientists, and Global Conservation in Kenya" to a parks and wildlife management course.

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