Jennifer EaglinAssistant Professor
146 Dulles Hall
230 Annie and John Glenn Ave.
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B.A., History and Spanish, Spelman College (2005)
M.A., International Relations, Johns Hopkins University (2009)
Ph.D., History, Michigan State University (2015)

Jennifer Eaglin is an assistant professor of environmental history and sustainability at The Ohio State University. Her work focuses on the history of alternative energy in Brazil with particular focus on ethanol development in the 20th century. She completed her doctorate at Michigan State University and is currently transforming her dissertation, "Sweet Fuel: The Socio-Political Origins of the Ethanol Industry in Ribeirão Preto, São Paulo, 1933-1985" into a book manuscript.

Faculty Links
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
Department web page
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Mershon Projects
Sweet Fuel: The Public-Private Development of Brazil's Ethanol Industry in Ribeirao, Sao Paulo (2017-18)