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1 SARAH E. IGO Department of History 2302 Spruce Street #2 College Hall 208 Philadelphia, PA University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA E M P L O Y M E N T Assistant Professor of History, 2001-present. Modern American cultural and intellectual history; history of the human sciences. E D U C A T I O N Ph.D. in History, Dissertation topic: America Surveyed: The Making of a Social Scientific Public, Advisor: Daniel T. Rodgers. M.A. in History, General Examination Fields completed with Distinction: Modern American History, 1865-present (Daniel Rodgers and Elizabeth Lunbeck) Comparative History of Gender: Europe and the United States (Christine Stansell) U.S. West and Environmental History (Stephen Aron and John Murrin) HARVARD COLLEGE A.B. in Social Studies, January Magna cum laude with highest honors. Senior thesis awarded summa cum laude. A W A R D S A N D H O N O R S Princeton Society of Fellows of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, Whiting Foundation Fellowship in the Humanities, University Center for Human Values Graduate Prize Fellowship, Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, Summers 1998, 1999, Davis Merit Prize, Princeton University Department of History, Mellon Fellowship in the Humanities, Harvard College Class Marshal, John Harvard Award for Academic Achievement of Highest Distinction, Elizabeth Cary Agassiz Scholars Award, Harvard College Dean s List all semesters.

2 P U B L I C A T I O N S A N D P R E S E N T A T I O N S Women at Princeton, A Princeton Companion, 2nd ed. (Princeton University Press, forthcoming). Historical Consultant, U.S. Politics, , CBS News/Schlessinger Media, Historical Consultant, The First Measured Century: One Hundred Years of Social Science, PBS documentary, Creating the Statistical Community at Mid-Century, Mid-Atlantic American Studies Meeting, Philadelphia, March 23, Polling the Public Mind: Common Sense and Statistics in the Age of Gallup, , Invited talk, Department of History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania, March 4, Popular Polls, Surveys, and Statistics: Imagining the American Community in the Interwar Years, American Studies Association Conference, Washington, D.C., November 9-11, Dangerous Knowledge: Social Science and the Law, Law and Society Conference, Budapest, Hungary, July 4-7, Kinsey and His Correspondents, Cheiron: International Society for the History of the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Bloomington, Indiana, June 21-24, Arguing with Gallup and Kinsey: Popular Challenges to Social Statistics, , Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, California, April 26-29, Finding the Self in the Mass: Identity in the Age of Polls, Surveys, and Statistics, Cultural Dynamics Conference, Center for Arts and Cultural Policy Studies and Department of Sociology, Princeton University, March 30-31, Human Subjects and Scientific Objects: The Kinsey Reports Defense of Sexual Knowledge, American Historical Association Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, January 4-7, Building the Case for Scientific Polling, , History of Science Society Annual Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia, November 2-5, Sexual Subjects: Kinsey s Reports and the Making of a Social Scientific Public, Cheiron: International Society for the History of the Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Southern Maine, June 20-23, Gallup Polls and Kinsey Reports: Imagining the American Community in the Mid-Twentieth Century, 9 th Annual Cultural Studies Symposium, Kansas State University-Manhattan, March 9-11, Representing the Modern American Polity: Gendered and Social Scientific Visions, Social Science History Association Annual Meeting, Fort Worth, Texas, November 11-14, New Objects: Middletown s Anthropology of American Life, Cheiron: International Society for the History of the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Carleton University, Ottawa, June 10-13, 1999 and Warren I. Susman Annual Conference, Rutgers University, April 16, T E A C H I N G A N D C O U R S E D E V E L O P M E N T Recent American History: 1930s to the Present Introductory-level lecture course. Fall Self and Society in Modern America

3 History majors seminar. Fall The Politics of Knowledge in the Modern United States History majors seminar. Spring Roots of the Information Society Freshman seminar. Fall Topics in Twentieth Century Cultural History Graduate seminar. Spring American Intellectual History Since the Civil War Upper-level lecture course. Spring American Cultural History, 1876 Present Led two discussion sections, evaluated student essays, and delivered a course lecture on The Brave New World of Leisure, Fall Introduction to American Studies: American Places Co-developed the syllabus and standards for a new introductory course for the Program in American Studies. Led two twice-weekly seminars and evaluated student work. Helped revise the course in its second year. Fall Approaches to American History Created a 500-page sourcebook of primary documents on white-indian relations and the Dawes Act for use in a methods course for history majors. Sat in on the course and led the final seminar discussion. Summer/Fall Race and Region Helped design an American Studies course on race and environmental history. Summer/Fall Tutor, Princeton Writing Center Assisted undergraduate and graduate students with writing concerns on a weekly basis PHILLIPS ACADEMY, ANDOVER United States History Created, with two colleagues, a new American history curriculum and three textbooks based on primary documents. Taught the year-long U.S. survey to high school juniors, delivered several course-wide lectures each semester, and supervised spring term research papers. Chaired the U.S. History Curriculum Committee Men, Women, and American Culture Developed and taught an interdisciplinary senior seminar on gender and American culture Micro and Macro Economics Taught introductory economics to seniors Advanced Issues in Economics Led a senior seminar in advanced economics The Human Experience: Introduction to Social Science Helped develop and taught a required first-year course in social science Law, Society and Politics Designed and taught a daily two-hour interdisciplinary course on constitutional law and social issues. Served as a mentor to a teaching assistant. Summers 1993, 1994.

4 R E L E V A N T W O R K E X P E R I E N C E FORBES COLLEGE, Princeton University Assistant Master Served as a resident member of the Forbes College staff and the primary supervisor of upperclass Residential and Minority Affairs Advisers in a college of 500 first- and second-year students. Advised the elected College Council. Other responsibilities included academic and residential policy-making, adviser training, conflict mediation, and career counseling. Also assisted with a study of freshman year transition issues PHILLIPS ACADEMY, Andover, Massachusetts Instructor in History, House Counselor In addition to teaching responsibilities, served as a dormitory house counselor, an admissions interviewer, an athletics coach, and a faculty adviser to the women s organization on campus. During the summer, ran a 30-student dormitory with two assistants LIGHTHOUSE MAGAZINE, Harvard College Founder and Editorial Board Member Founded a quarterly campus publication with a focus on gender issues. Drew up guidelines for organization, submissions and format. Recruited a staff of 45 and raised $10,000 in advertising, subscription and grant revenues. Led weekly meetings and coordinated editorial, business, and administrative branches. As a corresponding project, planned and implemented the first annual Lighthouse Conference for Girls U N I V E R S I T Y & P R O F E S S I O N A L S E R V I C E Resident Faculty Fellow, Ware College House, beginning July Member, History Department Graduate Committee and Admissions Committee, 2001-present. Member, History Department Prize Committee, 2001-present. Graduate Representative, Planning Committee for the Sixth Residential College, Executive Committee Member, Council of the Princeton University Community, Search Committee, Vice President of Campus Life, Executive Board Member, Graduate History Association, Advisory Board, College Women s Connection, a mentoring program for undergraduate women, Co-Founder and Coordinator, Modern America Workshop, a weekly faculty-graduate student seminar, Search Committee, Women s Center Director, Steering Committee, Women s History Month, 1997, Co-Coordinator, Environmental History Reading Group, Co-Coordinator, Graduate Women s Studies Colloquium, Graduate Representative to the Search Committee, U.S. West and Environmental Historian, Graduate Fellow, Rockefeller College, ; Forbes College, Coordinator, Princeton Graduate Conference, 1996, Graduate Representative, President s Standing Committee on the Status of Women,

5 OTHER Committee Member, Major Field Test of History, Educational Testing Service, Advisory Board and Reader, National Writing Board and Writing Academy, 1999-present. Faculty Consultant, Advanced Placement United States History Program, 1997-present. Consultant, Research Division, Educational Testing Service, R E F E R E N C E S Professor Daniel T. Rodgers, Department of History, Princeton University. Professor Elizabeth Lunbeck, Department of History, Princeton University. Professor Hendrik Hartog, Department of History, Princeton University. Professor William Howarth, Department of English and Program in American Studies, Princeton University. Professor John G. Gager, Department of Religion and former Master of Forbes College, Princeton University.

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