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Beth Linker, "Beware of the One-Armed Soldier," in Soldier Exposures and Technical Publics, a collaborative visual essay that considers an assemblage of pictures of American soldiers, in the on-line journal Public Books.
John Tresch, The Romantic Machine: Utopian Science and Technology After Napoleon (University of Chicago, 2012)
Matthew Hersch, Inventing the American Astronaut (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)
Ann Greene, 1) "The Gilded Age and Progressive Era," in This Far by Faith: Tradition and Change in the Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania, ed. David Contosta (Penn State Press, 2012). This history of the founding diocese of the Episcopal Church of the United States was authored by ten historians from the University of Pennsylvania, Temple University, Penn State, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Seton Hall University, Haverford College and Chestnut Hill College, each of whom wrote a period chapter setting the Diocese into the context of American history and society. 2)"Wolves in the Wissahickon: Deer, Humans and the Problem of Ecology in an Urban Park" in Nature's Entrepot: Philadelphia's Urban Sphere and Its Environmental Thresholds, ed. Brian C. Black and Michael R. Chiarappa (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2012).
Jessica Mozersky, Risky Genes: genetics, breast cancer and Jewish identity (Routledge, 2012)
Beth Linker, "A Dangerous Curve: The Role of History in America's Scoliosis Screening Programs," American Journal of Public Health (April 2012).
Kristoffer Whitney (Doctoral Candidate), "Tangled up in Knots: An Emotional Ecology of Field Science" on ScienceDirect.com, 12 November 2011 Article link
Henrika Kuklick (Faculty), “Personal Equations: Reflections on the History of Fieldwork, With Special Reference to Sociocultural Anthropology,” Isis 102 (2011): 1-33.
Matt Hersch (PhD '10), "Return of the Lost Spaceman: America's Astronauts in Popular Culture, 1959-2006," Journal of Popular Culture 44 (2011): 73-92. [This article started as a seminar paper when Matt was a student in one of Susan Lindee's classes - proof that Seminar Papers Get Published!]
Sarah Kaplan and Joanna Radin, "Bounding an Emerging Technology: Para-Scientific Media and the Drexler-Smalley Debate about Nano-Technology." Social Studies of Science, published online 8 April 2011.
Christopher Jones (PhD '09), “A Landscape of Energy Abundance: Anthracite
Coal Canals and the Roots of American Fossil Fuel Dependence, 1820-1860.”
Environmental History 15 (3), July, 2010: 449-84.
Kristoffer Whitney, (ABD) "Living Lawns, Dying Waters: The Suburban Boom, Nitrogenous Fertilizers, and the Nonpoint Source Pollution Dilemma." Technology and Culture 51, no. 3 (2010): 652-674.