DIANA K. DAVIS, DVM, PhD

Associate Professor
Department of History
The University of California at Davis


 
            Research Interests:
 

            Environmental History;  Colonialism;  Political Ecology; 
            Pastoral Societies and Arid Lands;  Middle East and North Africa;
         Environmental Change and Public Health;  Ethnoveterinary Medicine

             Curriculum Vitae (click here)

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                                 Marsh Prize  & Meridian Award                                 Highly Recommended by Choice, 2012.
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Courses:

Undergraduate Courses:
 HIS 108:  Global Environmental History (Fall 2013 Description)
HIS 109B:  Environmental Change, Disease and Public Health (Winter 2015 Description)
Note: 109A (now 108) is not a prerequisite for 109B!

 HIS 193C:  The Middle East Environment


Graduate Courses:

GEO 260:  Global Political Ecology (Winter 2015 Description)
HIS 201X:  Global Environmental History: Critical Perspectives
HIS 201X:  Empires of Nature: Imperialism and the Natural World in Africa and Asia
HIS 201X:  Nature and Culture: Environmental History & Social Theory





Links:

Middle East and South Asia Program at UCD
American Veterinary Medical History Society (AVMHS)
US Bill of Rights, Constitution, and Declaration of Independence