Nancy Langston, environmental historian
I am an environmental historian at Michigan Technological University, currently writing a book on Lake Superior titled Sustaining Lake Superior.
My previous books include:
Since July 2013, I have been a professor at Michigan Technological University, part of the new Great Lakes Research Center and the Department of Social Sciences. During 2012-2013, I was the King Carl XVI Gustaf Professor of Environmental Science, in residence in the Department of Historical, Philosophical and Religious studies at Umeå University.
Before that, I was a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for 17 years, with appointments in the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and the Department of Forest and Wildlife Ecology.
I have served as President of the American Society for Environmental History, and editor of the flagship journal in the field, Environmental History.