Jennifer Eaglin

Assistant Professor
Faculty
Jennifer Eaglin is an assistant professor of environmental history/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 twentieth 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. 
 
Eaglin received her Master’s at Johns Hopkins University-School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Latin American Studies and International Economics with a specialization in Emerging Markets and her Bachelor’s from Spelman College.
 
Areas of Expertise
  • Latin American History
  • Environment, Technology, and Science
Education
  • Ph.D., Michigan State University

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