All Experts

All Experts

Stephen Brain

Field: History of Science and Technology, Agricultural, Rural, and Environmental History, War, Power, International Affairs

Topics: environmental history, international affairs, Russia

Bio / Description:

Dr. Stephen Brain is an associate professor in the Department of History and a co-editor of Environmental History, the journal of the American Society for Environmental History and the Forest History Society. His research focuses on Soviet/Russian history, environmental history, and forest history as well as war, power, and international affairs. He is available to comment on the Russian-…

Tonya Hays

Field: Theatre

Topics: acting, directing , playwriting, humanities

Bio / Description:

Tonya Hays is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication teaching acting, playwriting, directing, theatre for young audiences and theatre for change.  Her recent Theatre MSU productions include Banner: a Sea Turtle Saga which engaged audience members in the fate of sea life in climate change and challenged them to take action. This production garnered international attention.  …

Keith Moser

Field: French-Francophone Literature, Modern Foreign Languages

Topics: anti-vaccination movement, environmental humanities, environmentalism, fake news and disinformation, French-Francophone literature, Harki studies , late-stage capitalism, medical humanities, neoliberalism, post-truth politics

Bio / Description:

Dr. Keith Moser is a Professor of French and Francophone Studies in the Department of Classical & Modern Languages and Literatures.  He has more than 100 major publications including nine books and eighty-five articles.  Moser’s research examines many issues linked to social-ecological justice.  He is widely recognized by the international academic community as an expert in 20th-21st…