The Captured Garden: Substance Under Capitalism. Steven Stoll

Steven Stoll of Fordham University studies the history of agrarian society in the United States because he’s found that “agriculture offers the ideal vantage from which to observe the intersection of ideas and practices, economies and landscapes.” - See more at: http://climate.yale.edu/event/captured-garden-substance-under-capitalism…

Steven Stoll of Fordham University studies the history of agrarian society in the United States because he’s found that “agriculture offers the ideal vantage from which to observe the intersection of ideas and practices, economies and landscapes.” - See more at: http://climate.yale.edu/event/captured-garden-substance-under-capitalism…

Steven Stoll of Fordham University studies the history of agrarian society in the United States because he’s found that “agriculture offers the ideal vantage from which to observe the intersection of ideas and practices, economies and landscapes.”

His presentation was videotaped and is presented below:

March 13, 2014