Daniel S. Soucier
Daniel S. Soucier joined the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center in 2019. His research interests include the role of bioregionalism, human ecology, and the non-human world in geopolitics and military operations, natural resource control and policy during the eighteenth century, and the economic, labor, and environmental history of the pulp and paper industry in Maine. He was a Resident Research Fellow at the David Library for the American Revolution, a Society of the Cincinnati Research Fellow at the Massachusetts Historical Society, and the Hal Rothman Research Fellow for the American Society for Environmental History.
Ph.D. History, University of Maine, 2019
C.A.S. Digital Curation, University of Maine, 2017