Lisa M. Brady has been at Boise State since 2003 and teaches courses in North American and Global Environmental History, World History, and Historiography. Her current research project focuses on the history of conflict and environment in Korea during the 20th century. Her first book War Upon the Land: Military Strategy and the Transformation of Southern Landscapes during the American Civil War (2012, University of Georgia Press) is an analysis of the ways ideas of nature shaped Union strategy in several campaigns during the Civil War. Her other publications include “The Wilderness of War: Nature and Strategy in the American Civil War” (Environmental History, 2005), “Life in the DMZ: Turning a Diplomatic Failure into and Environmental Success” (Diplomatic History, 2008), and “Devouring the Land: Sherman’s 1864-1865 Campaigns” (War and the Environment: Military Destruction in the Modern Age, ed. Charles E. Closmann, Texas A&M Press, 2009).