Fordham University            The Jesuit University of New York

Steven Stoll
Associate Professor
Office Location: Lowenstein Building 426F
Phone: (212) 636-7345

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Research Interests

study the ways people think about resources, capital, and how what we call the economy functions within the larger economy of Earth. I call myself an environmental historian, but my work is related to geography, social ecology, and political theory. Most of my work concerns agrarian societies in North America because I have found that agriculture offers the ideal vantage from which to observe the intersection of ideas and practices, economies and landscapes.
I am at work on a book called "Ramp Hollow: Losing Life and Livelihood in Appalachia," about the transformation of the region and its people from subsistence autonomy to dependence on wages. 

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