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ANN N. GREENE
University of Pennsylvania 7209 Lincoln Drive

Department of History and Sociology of Science Philadelphia, PA 19119

303 Claudia Cohen Hall 215-248-4457

Philadelphia, PA 19104-6304

215-898-8400

angreene@sas.upenn.edu


EDUCATION
Ph.D, University of Pennsylvania, 2004

M.Ed., Lehigh University, 1983

B.A., Brown University, 1974
PUBLICATIONS
Horses At Work: Harnessing Power in Industrial America (Harvard University Press, 2008)

Winner of 2009 Pioneer America Society Fred B. Kniffen Award for best book

Reviewed in the New York Times Book Review, 30 November 2008
“War Horses: Equine Technology in the Civil War, ” in Industrializing Organisms: Introducing

Evolutionary History. Edited by Susan Schrepfer and Philip Scranton. (Routledge, 2004)
‘The Now-Opprobrious Title of “Horse Doctor”: Veterinarians and Professional Identity in Nineteenth

Century America,’ in Healing the Herds: Disease, Livestock Economies, and the Globalization of Veterinary Medicine. Edited by Karen Brown and Daniel Gilfoyle (Ohio University Press, 2010)


“Industrialization and the Social Gospel,“ Ch. 6 in This Far By Faith: Tradition and Change in the
Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania
, ed. David Contosta (Penn State Press, 2012)
"Wolves in the Wissahickon: Deer, Humans and the Problem of Ecology in an Urban Park" in Nature's

Entrepot. Edited by Brian Black and Michael Chiarrupa (University of Pittsburgh,

2012)
Book Reviews




Steamboats and the Rise of the Cotton Kingdom By Robert Gudmestad in Environmental History (2012)
Hot Time in the Old Town: The Great Heat Wave and the Making of Theodore Roosevelt by Edward P.

Kohn in Journal of the Society for the History of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era (2011)


The Horse in Virginia: An Illustrated History by Julie Campbell in Journal of Southern History (2010)
Horse Trading in the Age of Cars: Men in the Marketplace by Steven M. Gelber in Journal of

American History (2009)
Beatrix Potter: A Life in Nature by Linda Lear in Environmental History (2008)
The Horse in the City: Living Machines in the Nineteenth Century by Clay McShane and Joel A.

Tarr in Technology and Culture (2008)


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The Business of Civil War: Military Mobilization and the State by Mark R. Wilson in

Enterprise and Society (2007)
The Carriage Trade: Making Horse-Drawn Vehicles in America by Thomas A. Kinney in

Enterprise and Society (2005)
The Middle-Class City: Transforming Space and Time in Philadelphia, 1876-1926 by John Henry

Hepp, IV in H-Urban (2005)


The Animal Estate: The English and Other Creatures in the Victorian Age by Harriet Ritvo, and The

Covenant of the Wild: Why Animals Chose Domestication by Stephen Budiansky in

Environmental History (2002)
WORK IN PROGRESS
“A Canal Runs Through It: American Environmental History and the Erie Canal” (working title)
“Nature’s Perfect Medicine: Science, Environment and Dairying” (working title)


SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS
“A Canal Runs Through It: The Erie and the Environment,” History and Sociology of Science Monday
Workshop, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 2013.

“Horstory: Horses in Global History,” American Historical Association, 2013

“Rethinking Energy Histories and Landscapes,” Departments of History, Technology and Society, and

The Humanities Institute, Stony Brook University, 2012.


“Environmental History of Pennsylvania: Deer and other Wildlife,” Pennsylvania Historical

Association, 2010

“Energy Landscapes in Nineteenth Century America,” George Washington University, 2010
"Roundtable: Philadelphia Environmental History," American Society for Environmental History, 2008
“Horses on the Edge: from animal power to automotive power,” American Society for Environmental

History, 2007


“From horsepowered to horseless: the animal energy transition 1890-1920,” American Historical

Association, 2007


“The Landscape of Animal Energy,” STS Seminar, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge,

MA, 2006
“Horses and the Rise of Industrial Capitalism,” Lees Seminar, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ, 2005


“Veterinarians and Professional Identity in 19th Century America,” Conference on Science, Disease, and

Livestock Economies, Oxford University, 2005


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“Nineteenth Century Biotech: Breeding Horses for Work,” American Society for Environmental History,

2004
“Nineteenth Century Biotech”, History and Sociology of Science Monday Workshop, University of

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, 2004
“Rebel Horses, Yankee Horses, War Horses: The Equine Factor in the Civil War,” American Historical

Association, 2004


“Sick Horses: The Great Epizootic in Boston, 1872,” American Association for the History of Medicine,

2003
“Equine Machines: Horse Technology in the 19th Century,” Technology, Society and Culture Seminar,

University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 2003

“Roundtable on Animals in History: Urban Horses,” Organization of American Historians, 2002


“War Horses: Equine Technology in the American Civil War,” Conference on Industrializing Organisms,

Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 2002


“Out of the Wild: Domestic Animals, Breeding and Perception in the 19th Century, ” American Society

for Environmental History, 2002


“Town Horse, Country Horse: Horses in 19th Century Urban America,” Science, Technology and Society

Lecture Series, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, 2002



“The Ecology of Technology: Real Horses, Iron Horses, and the Civil War,” Society for the History of

Technology, 2001
PUBLIC LECTURES


“How Horses Shaped American History And Why It Matters That They Did,” Philadelphia Society for

Promoting Agriculture, 2011.



“Making Vets: Veterinary History and the Penn School of Veterinary Medicine,” Phi Zeta (Honor

Society of Veterinary Medicine) Awards Speaker, Penn School of Veterinary Medicine, 2011
“Fairman Rogers,” University of Pennsylvania Library, May 2011
“Horses as Energy and Valuable Property,” Grand Consolidated Horse Companies of Bucks Country,

2011
“Horses in Industrial America,” Philadelphia Area Center for History of Science and The Library

Company of Philadelphia, 2010
“Philadelphia Carriage Horses,” Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane, WHYY FM-Philadelphia, 2010
“Horses and History,” Christensen Speaker Series, The Peddie School, New Jersey, 2010
“From Whales to Wind: A History of Energy.” Backstory with the American History Guys, VFH Radio,

National Public Radio, 2008



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"Horses, Technology and Sport," National Sporting Library, Leesburg, Virginia, December 2007


"Equus Unbound: Fairman Rogers and the Age of the Horse," University of Pennsylvania Rare Book and

Manuscript Library, 2007 (Exhibit Curator)




FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS

2010 Staff Bonus Award, School of Arts and Sciences, University of Pennsylvania


2009 Pioneer America Society Fred B. Kniffen Award (best-authored book in North American

material culture)


2005 Brooke Hindle Postdoctoral Fellowship, Society for the History of Technology
2005 Research Grant, Center for the History of Business, Technology and Society, Hagley Museum and

Library, Wilmington, DE


2002 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellowship, Library Company of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

2001-2002 Chimicles Writing Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA


2000 Roy F. Nichols Fellowship, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
1995 Outstanding Teacher Fellowship, Oxford Teachers’ Seminar, Oxbridge Academic Resources

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Adjunct Assistant Professor, 2005-present, Department of History and Sociology of Science,

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA



Introduction to Environmental History

Nature’s Nation: Americans and Their Environment

Animals in Science, Medicine and Technology

Politics and Technology in Gilded Age America
Lecturer, 2003-present, Department of History, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Gilded Age and Progressive Era 1865-1930

The Civil War

Politics and Technology in 19th C. America

Social History of American Wars
Lecturer, 2004, Department of History, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

American Environmental History
Instructor, 2002, Gilder-Lehrman Institute of American History, Radcliffe Institute, Cambridge, MA

Women in the Civil War Era
Chimicles Fellow, 2001-2002, Critical Writing Program, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA

Writing about Nature

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Teaching Assistant, 1996-1998, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA


History Teacher, 1974-1980, 1984-1995, Independent secondary schools in Connecticut, Washington, DC

U.S. and AP U.S. History, Geography


ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE
Associate Director for Undergraduate Studies, 2005-present, Department of the History and Sociology of

Science, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA


Academic advising for two interdisciplinary majors (200+ undergraduates), administrative responsibility for developing and implementing curriculum, rostering courses, creating course schedules, maintaining student records and department databases, monitoring student progress, supervising department communication (website and multiple listservs), advising student activity groups, developing career programming, creating graduate and undergraduate alumni networks, organizing alumni events, serving on Graduate Group for graduate admissions, liaison with university academic offices.
Associate Director and Dean of Students, 1996-2000, Oxford Tradition Program, Oxford, UK and
Cambridge Tradition Program, Cambridge, UK

Administered academic summer programs for American high school students based in colleges at Oxford and Cambridge Universities operated by Oxbridge Academic Programs, New York. Responsible for oversight of student housing, health, safety, discipline, travel and activities, staff supervision (7 deans and interns), liaison with college personnel, faculty support, program expense management.
Teaching Assistant Coordinator, 1997-1998, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania,

Philadelphia, PA



Implemented in-department teaching assistant training, arranged teaching workshops, and

assisted graduate chair in teaching assistant assignment.
Department Chair, 1992-1995, History Department, National Cathedral School, Washington, DC

Responsible for a department of six teachers and curriculum for grades 7-12: hiring and evaluating faculty, organizing professional development programs, initiating review and revision of the curriculum scope and sequence.
Graduate Assistant, 1980-1982, Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students Office,

Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA



Conducted research projects for vice-presidents and deans of students, organized undergraduate

programming.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE & DEVELOPMENT
Executive Committee, Society for the History of Technology, 2013-2016

Hal Rothman Dissertation Fellowship Committee, Chair, 2013


Robinson Prize Committee, Society for the History of Technology, 2010-present, Chair 2013




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SAS Strategic Planning Faculty Working Group on Society, Science, and Health. 2013-2014


Co-Leader, “Integrating Sustainability Across the Curriculum” program, University of Pennsylvania,

2012-2013

St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Vestry, 2013-present


Cresheim Trail Organization, Board, 2012-present
Academic Sub-Committee, Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee, University of

Pennsylvania, 2011-present


History and Library Committee, Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of Agriculture, 2012-present


Editorial Board, Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 2009-present


George Perkins Marsh Prize Committee, American Society for Environmental History, Chair, 2011
History Committee, Diocese of Pennsylvania, 2003-present
Co-Convener, Envirotech Special Interest Group, Society for the History of Technology, 2002-2011
George Perkins Marsh Prize Committee, American Society for Environmental History, 2007

Kranzberg Dissertation Prize Committee, Society for the History of Technology, 2006-2009


Program Committee, American Society for Environmental History, 2004-2005
Associate Faculty, National Cathedral College, Washington DC, 1995-2003
Black Student Fund Seminar on Race, Education and Equity, Washington, DC 1993-1994
U.S. History National Standards Study Group, 1992-1993
Middle Atlantic Independent Schools Association Accreditation Teams, 1988, 1993
Bard College, Institute for Writing and Thinking Seminars 1987-1994
Graduate program, Department of History, Lehigh University, 1983-1984
Member:

American Historical Association

American Society for Environmental History

Organization of American Historians

Philadelphia Society for the Promotion of Agriculture

Society for the Gilded Age and Progressive Era



Society for the History of Technology


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