Graduate Students Supervised:
Ashley Stone, Master of Letters, Drew University. "Lessons from Pierre Bourdieu: Social Closure, Cultural Capital, and the Great Divide in American Higher Education." October 2008.
Anne Siemer, Doctor of Letters, Drew University. "Henry Laurens and Robert Carter: The Failure of Abolition in the Federal Era." May 2010.
Stacy Gallin, Doctor of Medical Humanities, Drew University. "The Evolution of Psychiatry: Morals, Mind and Medicine." 2012.
Katie Grogan, Doctor of Medical Humanities, Drew University. "Recovering Voices from the Margins: How Female Psysicians Experience Issues of Addiction and Impairment." 2012.
Elizabeth Stallings, Doctor of Medical Humanities Candidate, Drew University.
Christopher Lipnick, DLit Candidate, Drew University.
Series Editor, History and Philosophy of Biology, Pickering and Chatto Ltd.
Member, Committee on Education, History of Science Society (2012-2016)
Member, Committee on Research in the Profession, History of Science Society 2010-2012
Chair and Ex-Officio, GECC (Graduate and Early Career Caucus, History of Science Society (2007-2010)
Co-Vice President, IHAN (International Health Awareness Network), NGO affiliated with the Economic and Social Council and the Department of Public Information, United Nations.
"Water Resources Management in Coastal Ecuador: An Historical Assessment of Environmental Sustainability and Power, 1950-2000" Paper was presented as part of a panel, "Between the Park and Shantytown: Latin American Cities and the Environment during the Twentieth Century" American Society for Environmental History, 3-6 April, 2013.
"Under the Microscope: Mary Ward, Matilda Knowles, and Sydney Mary Thompson Christen. Three Irish Ladies of the Laborator" Paper to be presented as part of a session, "Experts, Collectors, and Credit" at the Joint Meeting of the HSS/PSA, 15-18 November, 2012, San Diego, CA.
"More than 'Waifs and Strays of a by-gone Flora: The History of Paleobotany and its Relevance for Twenty-First Century Science" Paper presented at the Introductory Symposium, Philadelphia Area Center for the History of Science, 28 September, 2012.
"My Personal Journey to Stevens." Presentation at Pieces of Stevens Event, sponsored by the Samuel C. Williams Library, 27 September 2012.
"Without Water there is no Life: Educational Component." Session Organized and paper presented at the Rio+20 Conference, Sponsored by the United Nations, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 13-23 June, 2012.
"Senora Santa's Challenge: Rural Women and Sustainability in Coastal Lowland Ecuador." Presentation at the 56th Commission on the Status of Women (CSW-56), United Nations Headquarters, 5 March 2012.
"Where are the Plants? Simpson's Tempo and Mode, Evolutionary Studies, and Paleobotany" Paper presented as part of my session "Opportunites and Challenges: Plants and Evolution, 1920-1950" History of Science Society Annual Meeting, 4-7 November, 2010, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
"Digitial Media and the History of Science" Workshop held at the History of Science Society Annual Meeting, 19-22 November 2009, Phoenix, Arizona.
"The Long and Winding Road: Paleobotany and the Modern Evolutionary Synthesis" Paper accepted to the British Society for the History of Science Conference, July 2009, Leicester, UK.
Expanding American Anthropology, 1945-1980: a generation reflects. ed. by Alice Beck Kehoe and Paul L. Doughty wtih Nancy K. Peske. Alabama, 2012. Choice Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, August 2012.
The Archaeology of Colonialism: intimate encounters and sexual effects. ed. by Barbara L. Voss and Eleanor Conlin Casella. Cambridge, 2012. Choice Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, June 2012.
Quereshi, Sadiah. Peoples on Parade: exhibitions, empire, and anthropology in nineteenth century Britain. Chicago 2011. Choice Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, May 2012.
Mesoudi, Alex. Cultural Evolution: how Darwinian theory can explain human culture and synthesize the social sciences. Chicago 2011. Choice Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, April 2012.
Liebsohn, Harry. The Return of the Gift: European history of a Global Idea. Cambridge 2010. Choice Current Reviews for Academic Libraries, Sept. 2011.
Constance Areson Clark. God or Gorilla: Images of Evolution in the Jazz Age. British Journal for the History of Science 42, no. 4, 608-609.
Ralph O'Connor. The Earth on Show: Fossils and the Poetics of Popular Science, 1802-1856. Annals of Science 65, no. 4 (October 2008), 592-594.