He received his M.A. in History from University of Missouri and his Ph.D. from University of Virginia, and he currently serves as Assistant Professor of History at Washington State University. He has published articles in Journal of the Early Republic, Diplomatic History, and American Review of Canadian Studies, among other places, and his current book project, Citizens of Convenience: Nationhood, Empire, and the Northern Border of the American Republic, 1783-1820 is under contract with University of Virginia Press, to be published as part of the Early American Histories series.
“Coke Isn’t Dope! The Ecological Limits of Coca-Cola Capitalism” is the subject Dr. Bart Elmore of The Ohio State University will speak on at this lecture sponsored by the George and Bernadine Converse Historical Endowment. The Coca-Cola Company sells billions of servings daily in over 190 countries worldwide. The flyer can be seen here.
Additional sponsors for this lecture are the Roots of Contemporary Issues Program, Department of History; the WSU College of Arts and Sciences, and the Thomas S. Foley Institute for Public Policy and Public Service.