Autores

  • Mary Draper Midwestern State University of Texas

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5007/2175-7976.2021.e83255

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Biografia do Autor

Mary Draper, Midwestern State University of Texas

Mary Draper, Assistant Professor, is a scholar of colonial and revolutionary North America and the greater Atlantic world.  Particularly interested in the history of the seventeenth-and eighteenth century British Caribbean, she is working on a book that recovers how the region's urban residents--from colonial officials and merchants to turtlers and enslaved pilots--amassed environmental knowledge to develop, defend, and sustain their volatile coastlines.  An article based on the project was published in the Fall 2017 edition of Early American Studies.  In both her research and teaching, Draper highlights the interconnections that crisscrossed the empires, culture, and ecologies of early North America and the Atlantic world.  After receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree from Rice University, she earned both her Master of Arts degree and  doctorate from the University of Virginia.

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Publicado

2021-12-29

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Debate "Colapso ambiental e histórias do capitalismo"