The Fall 2018 cohort of HIS/EVS 488: Global Environmental History students recently completed their submissions to the digital Omaha in the Anthropocene exhibit.
New artifacts include a Union Pacific Standard Clock, a hand-cranked washing machine, and a Omaha Horse Railway Company Bond among many others.
Each cohort in the larger project presented their research to their public in varying forms. Fall 2017 students gave a formal presentation at the Durham Museum. Spring 2018 students gave a public poster session. This semester’s students recorded their presentations. Their “lightning talks” are available via the project website.
See all of their work here.