PhD, University of Georgia, 2004
My interests are the agricultural, rural, and environmental histories of the U.S., with a particular focus on the South in the twentieth century.
Phone/Address662 325 3604
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The view from Rose Hill: Landscape and memory in the Piedmont. Giesen, James C. (2017): Southern Forum on Agricultural, Rural, and Environmental History, Rice University, February, 2017
Calhoun CZO as an ancient geobiologic and land-use altered time machine. Richter, D. deB., J. Wang, R. Bras, D. Markewitz, D. Nelson, J. Austin, P. Schroeder, S.A. Billings, K. O’Neill, J. Giesen, W.S. Holbrook, and B. Carr (2017): Critical Zone Science: Current Advances and Future Opportunities, workshop in Arlington, VA, 4-6 June, 2017
Jack’s Cave: A Critical Zone Story. Giesen, J. C. (2015): Calhoun CZO 2015 Summer Science Meeting
Burying King Cotton: Environment and Culture in the Post-Cotton South. Giesen, James C. (2015): Invited address for University of South Carolina “Year of Cotton” Program, October 15, 2015