Jennifer Eaglin

Assistant Professor | Environmental History and Sustainability
Faculty

Jennifer Eaglin is an Assistant Professor of Environmental History and Sustainability. Her publications include Sweet Fuel: The Socio-Political Origins of the Ethanol Industry in Ribeirao, Sao Paulo: 1933-1985 (in progress, 2017); “‘The Alcohol is Ours’: Lessons in Twentieth Century Brazilian State-Led Energy Development” (in progress, 2017);  “The Demise of the Brazilian State-Led Ethanol Program: Environmental Shocks and Sugar Shortages, 1985-1990” (in progress, 2017).

Areas of Expertise
  • Latin American History
  • Environment, Health, Technology, & Science
  • Sociopolitics of the Ethanol Industry
Education
  • Ph.D., History, Michigan State University (2015)
  • M.A., International Relations, Johns Hopkins University (2009)
  • B.A., History and Spanish, Spelman College (2005)