Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences (2020–22)
PhD'20 (British history) University of Chicago
The University of Chicago
Department of History
1126 E. 59th Street
Chicago, IL 60637
Social Science Research Building, room 522 – Office
Economic and environmental history; the Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions; architectural history, the preservation of vernacular and historic designed landscapes, history of landscape architecture; energy and agricultural economics; coal transformation and oil acceleration; environmental planning and design; Methods: archival methods, paleography, digital humanities, geographic information systems (GIS), museum studies.
Beyond the Nitrogen Thesis: Temporal and Spatial Patterns of Brassica Napus Oilseed Design Diversification for Crop Rotation, Soil Pest Suppresion, Livestock Management, and Convertible Husbandry in the British Agricultural Revolution(s), 1715-1830
Research support includes a Bosch Archival Research Fellowship, German Historical Institute (2014), a Smithsonian Institution Graduate Research Fellowship, National Museum of Natural History (2015), a Fornos Fellowship, Population Institute (autumn 2015), a Charles H. Watts Memorial Archival Research Fellowship, John Carter Brown Library (2017), and a Mellow Foundation Social Sciences Dissertation Fellowship (2018–19).
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