EVENTS

"DIFFICULT CHEMICALS: UNDERSTANDING THE SLOW UPTAKE OF INSECTICIDES IN BRITISH FARMING AFTER 1945" WEBINAR

Thursday 18 March 2021 ZOOM PLATFORM
"Difficult Chemicals: Understanding the slow uptake of insecticides in British Farming after 1945" Webinar

In the frame of "Sustainability, Techno-sciences, Transitions:
From
history to contemporary environmental and social challenges" series, we
are joined by Dr. Sabine Clarke, Senior Lecturer, Department of History,
York University, UK.

The title of this webinar is "Difficult Chemicals: Understanding the slow
uptake of insecticides in British Farming after 1945"

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Sabine Clarke is Senior Lecturer in Modern History. She works on the
history of science, technology and medicine in Britain and its colonial
empire between WWI and 1965, with a particular focus on the Caribbean and
East Africa. Her monograph, Science at the End of Empire: Experts and the
Development of the British Caribbean, 1940-1965 was published by
Manchester University Press in 2018.