Entered the program in 2012
C.V.:Melissa Charenko's C.V.
My dissertation explores how the methods and approaches used to understand the deep past developed in the 20th century by paleoecology, paleolimnology, and paleooceanography have given these paleodisciplines authority as prognosticators of the future in the wake of global change.
M.A., History and Philosophy of Science, University of Toronto, 2012
B. Arts Sc. (Hons.), History with a minor in French, McMaster University, 2009
Working title: 'Science of Prophecy?': The Role of Paleo-Disciplines in the Face of Anthropogenic Change, 1900-2015. Advisor: Gregg Mitman
Ecology and Environmental History (advisor: Gregg Mitman)
History of Biology (advisor: Lynn Nyhart)
World Environmental Literature (advisor: Rob Nixon)