PJ Klinger

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Environmental Studies Program
Fall 2018: EVRN 140
Spring 2019: EVRN 142
Primary office:
Wescoe Hall, room 3639


PJ is a PhD student in the Department of History, focusing on environmental history. His research interests include environmental history of the Atlantic World, weather and climate history, British history, and sustainability. This is his second year assisting with the Global Environment courses, EVRN 140 and EVRN 142.

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