Oct 11, 2019
Like many of us, Bathsheba Demuth grew up seeing the human world and the natural world as separate. Then, she spent a couple years between high school and college in Old Crow, Yukon. There, she developed a sense of a social world that contains more than human beings. Emily talks in this episode with Demuth, now a Brown University Assistant Professor of History & Environment and Society, about her new book Floating Coast: An Environmental History of the Bering Strait.