Emily K. Brock conducts research on the intersections of science, business, and government in natural resource management, particularly in forest environments in the US and Asia. She studies the resilience of industrial forestlands, the development of American forest science, definitions of wilderness, and the globalization of the lumber trade. She holds a doctorate in history from Princeton University and a Masters in biology from the University of Oregon. She was a 2013 Fulbright US Senior Scholar in the Philippines, was previously a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University’s Lane Center for the American West, and is currently an assistant professor of history at the University of South Carolina.
Film Interview with Emily Brock
Lunchtime Colloquium Video - American Jungle: Ecology and Industry in the Philippines, 1898-1947