Civil War Era Studies
Thursday morning finds me presenting to a group of fellow NPS folks on the possibilities of the interpretive futures. So I've dragged out some older, weirder interpretive dreaming from a few years back. It's something I worked up for my friend and boss David Larsen to prove that topics like Climate Change can be discussed from any perspective and in any context. But this sort of dreaming can't stay locked in drawers, left on the backs of envelopes and stuffed away in digital filing cabinets back at work. So here's a peek at what I'm presenting. It's a way of visualizing impacts, Civil War and otherwise, on the world around us. [excerpt]
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Rudy, John M., "Food, Fuel and Fodder: Civil War Carbon Footprints" (2013). Interpreting the Civil War: Connecting the Civil War to the American Public. 68.