Gregg Mitman

Gregg Mitman

 




TEACHING

Gregg Mitman teaching

CURRENT PHD STUDENTS

Ayodeji Adegbite

Program in History of Science, Medicine, and Technology, Department of History

Fields of Interest
African history, history of global health, epidemics

COMPLETED PHDS

Melissa Charenko

“Science as Prophecy: Paleo Perspectives on Environmental Change.” Director, 2015.
Assistant Professor, Lyman Briggs College, Michigan State University

Peter Boger

“The Nature of Celebrity and the Celebrity of Nature: Digital Adaptation and Wildlife Survival in the Anthropocene.” Director, 2015.
Assistant Director for Outreach and Engagement, Sustainability Institute, Pennsylvania State University

Anna Zeide

“In Cans We Trust: Food, Consumers, and Scientific Expertise in Twentieth-Century America.” Director, 2014. Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of History, Oklahoma State University

Andrew Stuhl

“Empires on Ice: Science, Nature, and the Making of the Modern Arctic.” Director, 2013. Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies, Bucknell University. 

Megan Raby

“Making Biology Tropical: American Science in the Caribbean, 1898-1963.” Director, 2012.  Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Texas-Austin.

Amrys Williams

“Cultivating Modern America: 4-H Clubs and Rural Development in the Twentieth Century.” Director, 2012. Associate Director, Center for the History of Business, Technology, and Society, Hagley Museum and Library.

Michitake Aso

“Forests without Birds: Ecology and Health on the Rubber Plantations of French Colonial Vietnam, 1890-1954.” Co-director, 2011. Associate Professor. Department of History, SUNY-Albany.

Camilo Quintero

“Scientists, Collectors, Illustrators, and Field Assistants in U.S. Ornithological Explorations of Colombia.” Director, 2007. Associate Professor, Departamento de Historia, Universidad de los Andes.

Paul Erickson

“The Politics of Game Theory: Mathematics and Cold War Behavior, 1944-1984.” Director, 2006. Associate Professor, Department of History, Wesleyan University.

Erika Milam

“Looking for a Few Good Males: Female Choice in Evolutionary Biology, 1900-1974.” Co-director, 2006. Professor, Department of History, Princeton University.

Gary Kroll

“Exploration in the Mare Incognita: Natural History and Conservation in Early Twentieth Century America.” Director, 2000. Professor, Department of History, SUNY-Plattsburgh.

COURSES

ENGL817/HIST SCI 921

Interrogating the Plantationocene

ENV ST 900

Historical and Cultural Methods in Environmental Research

ENV ST 402/HIST SCI 350

Green Screen: Environmental Film in History and Action

HIST SCI/MED HIST/ENV ST 513

Environment and Health in Global Perspective

ENV ST 402

Non-Fiction Storytelling in Pictures, Moving and Still

HIST SCI/MED HIST/ENV ST 919

Ecology and Disease in Historical and Contemporary Perspective

HIST SCI/IES 353

History of Ecology

TEACHING

Gregg Mitman teaching

CURRENT PHD STUDENTS

Ayodeji Adegbite

Program in History of Science, Medicine, and Technology, Department of History

Fields of Interest
African history, history of global health, epidemics

COMPLETED PHDS

Melissa Charenko

“Science as Prophecy: Paleo Perspectives on Environmental Change.” Director, 2015.
Assistant Professor, Lyman Briggs College, Michigan State University

Peter Boger

“The Nature of Celebrity and the Celebrity of Nature: Digital Adaptation and Wildlife Survival in the Anthropocene.” Director, 2015.
Assistant Director for Outreach and Engagement, Sustainability Institute, Pennsylvania State University

Anna Zeide

“In Cans We Trust: Food, Consumers, and Scientific Expertise in Twentieth-Century America.” Director, 2014. Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of History, Oklahoma State University

Andrew Stuhl

“Empires on Ice: Science, Nature, and the Making of the Modern Arctic.” Director, 2013. Assistant Professor, Environmental Studies, Bucknell University. 

Megan Raby

“Making Biology Tropical: American Science in the Caribbean, 1898-1963.” Director, 2012.  Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Texas-Austin.

Amrys Williams

“Cultivating Modern America: 4-H Clubs and Rural Development in the Twentieth Century.” Director, 2012. Associate Director, Center for the History of Business, Technology, and Society, Hagley Museum and Library.

Michitake Aso

“Forests without Birds: Ecology and Health on the Rubber Plantations of French Colonial Vietnam, 1890-1954.” Co-director, 2011. Associate Professor. Department of History, SUNY-Albany.

Camilo Quintero

“Scientists, Collectors, Illustrators, and Field Assistants in U.S. Ornithological Explorations of Colombia.” Director, 2007. Associate Professor, Departamento de Historia, Universidad de los Andes.

Paul Erickson

“The Politics of Game Theory: Mathematics and Cold War Behavior, 1944-1984.” Director, 2006. Associate Professor, Department of History, Wesleyan University.

Erika Milam

“Looking for a Few Good Males: Female Choice in Evolutionary Biology, 1900-1974.” Co-director, 2006. Professor, Department of History, Princeton University.

Gary Kroll

“Exploration in the Mare Incognita: Natural History and Conservation in Early Twentieth Century America.” Director, 2000. Professor, Department of History, SUNY-Plattsburgh.

COURSES

ENGL817/HIST SCI 921

Interrogating the Plantationocene

ENV ST 900

Historical and Cultural Methods in Environmental Research

ENV ST 402/HIST SCI 350

Green Screen: Environmental Film in History and Action

HIST SCI/MED HIST/ENV ST 513

Environment and Health in Global Perspective

ENV ST 402

Non-Fiction Storytelling in Pictures, Moving and Still

HIST SCI/MED HIST/ENV ST 919

Ecology and Disease in Historical and Contemporary Perspective

HIST SCI/IES 353

History of Ecology

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