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MSU historian wins Guggenheim Fellowship to study asbestos globally

Brett Walker
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Brett Walker is one of 175 scholars, artists and scientists across the nation to win a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. (MSU photo by Kelly Gorham).

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A Montana State University historian who is a world-renowned expert in Japanese environmental history has received a $48,000 fellowship that will allow him to pursue a global project on asbestos.

Regents’ Professor Brett Walker was one of 175 scholars, artists and scientists across the nation to win a 2013 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. He and D. Graham Burnett of Princeton University were the only fellows in the “History of Science, Technology and Economics” category.

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