Brittany Fremion is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at Central Michigan University, where she teaches classes in environmental, public, and oral histories. Her research focuses on twentieth-century environmental initiatives in the American Midwest. In 2018 she worked with community members and researchers at Emory University and the University of Michigan to create The Michigan PBB Oral History Project, which documents the very personal and often painful memories of PBB contamination. The project was funded by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, National Institutes of Health, with additional support provided by undergraduate and graduate students, the Department of History, Museum of Cultural and Natural History, and Office of Research and Graduate Studies at CMU. Brittany is also a proud member and secretary of the Pine River Superfund Citizen Task Force (St. Louis, Michigan), and is chair of the workshop committee for the Michigan Oral History Association. She lives in mid-Michigan with her partner, toddler, and pup.
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