Assistant Professor of History
University of Michigan, PhD 2006.
King Juan Carlos Center, Room 711
Field of Study:
Areas of Research/Interest:
American Environmental History, City/Hinterland Relationships, Energy History and Policy, Relationship between Nature and Technology
Post-1945 US history, urban and suburban history, environmental history, southwestern and borderlands history, American Indian history, comparative social movements, history of the built environment, spatial change.
"'A Piece of the Action': Navajo Leadership, Energy Development, and Decolonization," in Exploitation and Opportunity: Indians and Energy in the Southwest. Santa Fe: School of Advanced Research Press, forthcoming.
"Power Lines: Urban-Hinterland Exchange and Indian Nationalism in the US Southwest ," in Exchange: Practices and Representations. Paris: Universite Paris-Sorbonne, 2005.