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In progress: "Life Cycle:  The Victory Bike, the OPA, and the WWII Origin of Environmental Methodology," in Michael Egan, ed., The Bicycle in Environmental History, a proposal for an edited volume due to be submitted to publishers in 2013.

 
 

In progress: “Where Does a Bicycle Culture Come From? The Twin Cities and the Forgotten Sidepath Movement of the 1890s,” in George Vrtis and Christopher Wells, eds., The Twin Cities and Greater Minnesota: An Environmental History, a proposal for an edited volume due to be submitted to publishers in 2013.

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“The Sidepath Not Taken:  Bicycles, Taxes and the Rhetoric of the Public Good in the 1890s,” Journal of Policy History 25:4, forthcoming Autumn 2013.

 

 
 

“‘Archival Power’ and the Future of Environmental Movement History,” special issue of Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies 79:4, forthcoming 2012.

 

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“‘Typically American’: Trends in the History of Environmental Politics and Policy in the Mid-Atlantic Region,” special issue of Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies 79:4, forthcoming 2012.  
 

Review of Emerald City: An Environmental History of Seattle, by Matthew Klingle, Environmental History, 17 number 3 (July 2012), 664-6.

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History Review of New Books Cover “The Frontiers of a Maturing Environmental History,” review essay in History: Reviews of New Books 40 number 3 (May 2012), 69-72.  
  “Making and Remaking Boston’s Environmental History, for Bostonians and for the Rest of Us,” review essay, Journal of Urban History. Forthcoming 2012.
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Review of The Age of Smoke: Environmental Policy in Germany and the United States, 1880-1970. By Frank Uekoetter. Business History Review. Autumn 2010.
Citizen Environmentalists. Published as a part of the Civil Society Series of the University Press of New England and the Jonathan M. Tisch College of Citizenship and Public Service at Tufts University, May 2010.
Review of Counterculture Green: The Whole Earth Catalog and American Environmentalism. By Andrew G. Kirk. The Historian. December, 2009.
  "Smoky Ol' Town: The Significance of Pittsburgh in U.S. Air Pollution History," EM: The Magazine for Environmental Managers, June 2007, 13-15.
"Air Pollution," The Dictionary of Transnational History, Palgrave MacMillan, 2009.
 
 
"1 to 100: Creating an Air Quality Index in Pittsburgh," Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 106 (Special Issue: Monitoring the Environment, guest editor Hugh Gorman, July 2005), 27-45.


"Air Pollution," in Postwar America: An Encyclopedia of Social, Political, Cultural, and Economic History, edited by James Ciement. New York: M.E. Sharpe, 2007.

 
“'Don't Hold Your Breath, Fight For It!' Women's Activism and Citizen Standing in Pittsburgh and the United States, 1965-1975" Ph.D. Dissertation, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA, August 2004

"A Primer for Public Involvement," review of Roy E. Gephart, Hanford: A Conversation About Nuclear Waste and Cleanup, H-Environment Book Review, (May 2004), online


"Appropriate Technology and Journal Writing: Structured Dialogues that Enhance Learning," with Scott Sandage, College Teaching 52:2 (spring 2004), 69-75.


"James J. Ling," in Scribner's Encyclopedia of American Lives -- The 1960s, edited by William L. O'Neill. New York: Scribner's, 2003.


World History on the World Wide Web: A Student Satisfaction Survey and a Blinding Flash of the Obvious,” The History Teacher 36:3 (May 2003), 343-356. Link to Data


"Humor in the Classroom: or Being Funny, But on Purpose This Time" Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence Quick Tips (summer 2000).

"Why Am I Doing This?" Carnegie Mellon Graduate Times 3:2 (winter 2000), 3.