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1 M ATTHEW K LINGLE c/o Environmental Studies Program 6700 College Station Bowdoin College Brunswick, ME (o) (fax) EDUCATION AND VITAE Ph.D., History, University of Washington, 2001 Fields: Environmental history, 19 th and 20 th -century U.S. history, North American West, science and technology, modern Latin America M.A., History, University of Washington, 1995 B.A., History, (high distinction in general scholarship, Phi Beta Kappa), University of California at Berkeley, 1990 SELECTED ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT Associate Professor, Department of History and Environmental Studies Program (joint appointment with tenure), Bowdoin College Assistant Professor, Department of History and Environmental Studies Program (joint appointment, tenure track), Bowdoin College Graduate Instructor and Teaching Assistant, Department of History, University of Washington Visiting Historian and John & Mary Ann Mangels Fellow, Museum of History & Industry and Department of History, University of Washington Faculty, The College Preparatory School (grades 9-12), Oakland, California SELECTED MAJOR PUBLICATIONS AND REVIEW ESSAYS Emerald City: An Environmental History of Seattle, The Lamar Series in Western History (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2007; paperback and e-book, 2008) The Nature of Desire: Consumption in Environmental History, in The Oxford Handbook of Environmental History, Andrew C. Isenberg, ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014), Frontier Ghosts along the Urban Pacific Slope, for Frontier Cities: Encounters at the Crossroads of Empire, Jay Gitlin, Barbara Berglund, and Adam Arenson, eds. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013), Fishy Thinking: Salmon and the Presence of History in Urban Environmental Politics, in Cities and Nature in the American West, Char Miller, ed. (Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2010), Green Like Me?, review essay of African American Environmental Thought: Foundations by Kimberly K. Smith. Reviews in American History 36 (June 2008): Fair Play: Outdoor Recreation and Environmental Inequality in Twentieth-century Seattle, in The Nature of Cities: Culture, Landscape, and Urban Space Studies in Comparative History Series, Andrew Isenberg, ed. (Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press in association with the Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies at Princeton University, 2006), Changing Spaces: Nature, Property, and Power in Seattle, , Journal of Urban History 32 (January 2006), Clio s Rough Roads, review essay on Paul Carter, The Road to Botany Bay: An Exploration of Landscape and History for Anniversary Forum: What Books Should Be More Widely Read in Environmental History, Environmental History 10 (October 2005): Fluid Dynamics: Water, Power, and the Reengineering of Seattle s Duwamish River, (Special Issue: Urban Water in the West), Journal of the West 44 (Summer 2005): Spaces of Consumption in Environmental History, (Theme Issue: Environment and History), History and Theory 42 (December 2003): Page 1 of 5 -

2 Plying Atomic Waters: Lauren R. Donaldson and the Fern Lake concept of Fisheries Management, Journal of the History of Biology, 31 (Spring 1998): 1-32 Over twenty-five book reviews, including American Historical Review (2), Journal of American History, Environmental History, Pacific Historical Review (3), and Western Historical Quarterly (4) SELECTED PEER REVIEWED WORKS-IN-PROGRESS (with tentative titles and progress) Modern Times, Modern Miseries: Historical Reflections on the Changing Nature of Chronic Disease, peer-reviewed article for invited forum on health and nature, Environmental History (in progress, expected publication Spring 2015) Sweet Blood: An Environmental History of Diabetes and Chronic Disease in North America, booklength project in preliminary stages of research and writing Rivers Lost and Found (with Michael Kolster, Associate Professor of Art, Bowdoin College), multimedia project with photography, oral histories, and writings at SELECTED HONORS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS Finalist, Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize, Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University, for Rivers Lost and Found (with Michael Kolster), 2014 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation New Directions Fellowship (for Sweet Blood ), Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer, , Ray Allen Billington Prize, biennial award for the best book in American frontier history, Organization of American Historians, 2009 Fletcher Family Award for Sweet Blood, Bowdoin College, 2009 Sydney B. Karofsky Prize for Junior Faculty (for distinction in teaching), Bowdoin College, 2006 American Council of Learned Societies/Andrew W. Mellon Junior Faculty Fellowship, Faculty Leave Fellowship, Faculty Development Fund, Bowdoin College, Summer Stipend Award, National Endowment for the Humanities, 2004 Co-Primary Investigator, Merrymeeting Bay/Kennebec Estuary Long-Term Ecological Research Project, Henry Luce Foundation Research Grant, National Fellow, Environmental Leadership Program, Best Dissertation in Urban History Prize, Urban History Association, 2002 Science to Achieve Results Fellowship, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U ), Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant, Science and Technology Studies Program (now Science and Society Program), National Science Foundation (SBR ), Alice Hamilton Prize, Best Article in Environmental History (published outside of the journal Environmental History), American Society for Environmental History, 1999 Walter Rundell Graduate Student Award, Western History Association, 1997 COURSES TAUGHT AT BOWDOIN COLLEGE First-year Seminars: Frontier Crossings: The Western Experience in American History Introductory and Intermediate Surveys: Our Earth: Introduction to Environmental Studies, Environment and Culture in North American History, Borderlands and Empires in Early North America, History of the American West Intermediate Seminars: The City as American History, Green Injustice: Environment and Equity in North American History Advanced or Capstone Seminars: Nature and Health in America, The Americas as Crossroads: Transnational Histories, Consumption Junction: The Nature and Culture of Consumerism, Nature s Stories: Research Methods in Environmental History Honors Projects, Independent Studies, and Research Fellowships: Supervised 9 honors projects (3 ES, 6 History), 10 student research fellowships, and 15 independent studies (since Fall 2001) - Page 2 of 5 -

3 SELECTED GENERAL AUDIENCE ARTICLES, OP-ED ESSAYS, ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES Seattle, Washington, in Encyclopedia of American Environmental History, Kathleen A. Brosnan, ed. (New York: Facts on File, 2010), Burdens of History Haunt the Duwamish, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, December 7, 2007 Class Notes: Thoughts on Diversity in the Classroom and Environmentalism s Past, in Diversity and the Future of the U.S. Environmental Movement, Emily Enderle, ed. (New Haven: Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies Publication Series, 2007), Caste from the Past (with Joseph E. Taylor III, Simon Fraser University), for Poverty and the Environment: A Grist Special Series, Grist Magazine, published March, 8, 2006, Pacific Northwest and Pacific Salmon (with Matthew Booker) in History in Dispute, Volume 7: Water and the Environment Since 1945: Global Perspectives, Char Miller, Mark Cioc, and Kate Showers, eds. (New York: St. James Press/Gale Publications, 2001): SELECTED RECENT EXHIBITS AND MULTIMEDIA MATERIALS Guest Curator, Frontier Visions: The American West in Image and Myth, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, co-curated with the students of History 1020: Frontier Crossings: The Western Experience in American History, May 8-June 8, 2014 A River Lost and Found: The Androscoggin River in Time and Place, invited exhibition with Michael Kolster, Associate Professor of Visual Art, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, July 13-September 16, 2012, The Androscoggin River: A Living History, curriculum project for Maine state middle school students with students at Bowdoin College, Building Nature: Topics in the Environmental History of Seattle and Spokane A Curriculum Project for the History of the Pacific Northwest in Washington State Schools, Seattle: Center for the Study of the Pacific Northwest, University of Washington, %20Packets/Building%20Nature/Building%20Nature%20Main.html SELECTED RECENT INVITED PRESENTATIONS AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Rendering Health: The Hidden History and Nature of Insulin, Faculty Seminar Series, Bowdoin College, April 1, 2014 Progress s Canaries: Race, Genetics, Epidemiology, and the Changing Nature of Chronic Disease, American Society for Environmental History, San Francisco, March 15, 2014 A Disease of Civilization?: Diabetes, Race, and the Changing Nature of American Health, Harvard History of Medicine Working Group, September 30, 2013; and Environmental History: A Lecture Series, Carnegie Mellon University, February 13, 2014 Panelist, New Directions Roundtable: Environmental History, Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, San Francisco, April 12, 2013 Sweet Blood: Toward an Environmental History of Diabetes, Chronic Disease, and Race in North America, Center for Historical Research, Program in Health, Disease, and Environment in World History, The Ohio State University, March 1, 2013 Sweet Blood: Natives, Environment, and the Changing Nature of Diabetes Mellitus Epidemiology, Department of History, Native American and Indigenous Studies Program, and the College of Nursing, University of Massachusetts at Boston, October 17, 2012; and History of Science and Medicine Colloquium, Yale University, November 12, 2012 Sweet Blood: Natives, Environment, and the Changing Nature of Diabetes Mellitus Epidemiology, A River Lost and Found: The Androscoggin River in Time and Place, (with Michael Kolster, Visual Art, Bowdoin College), Faculty Seminar Series, Bowdoin College, February 15, 2011; Bates College, October 17, 2011; and the Northeastern United States and Atlantic Canada Environmental History Forum at the Massachusetts Historical Society, October 27, Page 3 of 5 -

4 Goodbye Yellow Brick Road: History, Nature, and Inequities in the American Metropolitan Landscape, Environmental Studies Program Colloquium, Colby College, March 8, 2011 Hard Green: The Changing Natures of American Inequality, Keynote Address, Mellon 23 Collaborative Workshop on Nature, Race, and Ethnicity: Curriculum and Pedagogy, Middlebury College, October 15-16, 2010 Natural Desires: Toward an Environmental History of American Consumerism, Organization of American Historians Distinguished Lecturer, Nichols College, April 20, 2010 The Nature of Equity in the American City, Urban History Association Annual Luncheon at the Organization of American Historians Annual Meeting, Seattle, March 27, 2009 Metronatural: The Northwestern City and Nature, James Connelly Lecturer, University of Portland, October 2, 2008 Beyond the Emerald City: History and an Ethic of Place, University of Washington, April 18, 2008 Metronatural Dreams, Metrotoxic Nightmares: History and Geographies of Inequality in Seattle, Academic Salon Series Human/Nature, University of Idaho, April 15, 2008; and Seattle University, April 17, 2008 Metropolitan Empire: American Cities and the Pacific Rim for Frontier Cities: A Conference Commemorating the Work of John Francis McDermott and Richard Wade, co-sponsored by the Howard R. Lamar Center for the Study of Frontiers and Borders, Yale University, and The St. Louis Mercantile Library Association, March 1-2, 2008 SELECTED MEDIA APPEARANCES Edgar Allen Beem, A River Lost and Found: Klingle and Kolster on the Androscoggin, Bowdoin Magazine vol. 84, no. 1 (Fall 2012): 14-23, Interview for 207 Magazine, WCSH-6 (Portland), for A River Lost and Found: The Androscoggin River in Time and Place, with Michael Kolster, Associate Professor of Art, July 12, 2012, Interview for The Androscoggin: Now and Now (with Michael Kolster, Associate Professor of Visual Art), by Kathryn Skelton, Sun Journal (Lewiston/Auburn, ME), Sunday Edition, October 16, 2011, B1, B5, Interview for Facing the Future, by Barry Yeoman, Audubon Magazine (September-October 2011): 64-69, 86-87, Interview for The Viaduct: A History, produced by Dominic Black for KUOW-FM (Seattle), broadcast July 6-9, 2010, https://www.kuow.org/specials/viaduct.php Interview for Urbs in Horto: New Directions in Urban Environmental History for Nature s Past Podcast, Network in Canadian History and Environment (NiCHE), Volume 13, posted March 3, 2010, Interview for The Duwamish River, Episode #913 of KCTS Connects for KCTS Television (Seattle), broadcast January 18, 2008, Interview for Emerald City: An Environmental History of Seattle on Weekday, hosted by Steve Scher, for KUOW-FM (Seattle), broadcast December 11, 2007, Interview for The Public Green and the Poor, produced by Richard Paul for Soundprint, broadcast January 23, 2006 on National Public Radio affiliates and at SELECTED PROFESSIONAL, INSTITUTIONAL, AND COMMUNITY SERVICE Professional Service Editorial Board, Environmental History, Committee Member, Ray Allen Billington Prize for the Best Book in American Frontier History, Board of Directors, Urban History Association, , Reviewer, Short and Long-term Fellowship Applications, Massachusetts Historical Society, 2010 Reviewer, NEH Summer Stipends, American History and American Studies, Page 4 of 5 -

5 Best Dissertation in Urban History Prize Committee, Urban History Association, 2006 Board of Trustees, Environmental Leadership Program, Manuscript Reviewer: Oxford University Press, Yale University Press (3), Princeton University Press (2), University of Chicago Press (2), University of North Carolina Press (3), University of Washington Press, Bedford/St. Martin s Press, University of Pittsburgh Press, University of Nebraska Press (3), Rutgers University Press, Penn State University Press, Journal of American History, Environmental History, Pacific Historical Review, Journal of Urban History, International Labor and Working Class History, Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Journal of Southern History, Urban History Review/Revue d'histoire urbaine Grant Reviewer, Science and Society Program, National Science Foundation, 2002, 2006, 2009 Bowdoin College Committee on Governance and Faculty Affairs (elected), Faculty Meeting Moderator (appointed as member of Governance and Faculty Affairs), Working Group on Faculty Diversity (appointed), Committee on Appeals and Faculty Grievances (elected), Committee Chair, Faculty Development Committee (appointed), Member, Native American/First Nations Anthropology Search Committees, (appointed), Fall 2008, 2010 Member, Director of Environmental Studies Search Committee, (appointed), Committee on Governance (elected) and Faculty Representative to the Trustees (appointed), Environmental Studies Committee, Community Service and Public Talks A River Lost and Found: The Androscoggin River in Time and Place, (with Michael Kolster, Associate Professor of Art, Bowdoin College), Western Maine Audubon Society, Jay, ME, May 16, 2012; and Friends of Merrymeeting Bay Lecture Series, December 11, 2013 Geographies of Hope: Nature and the American City, public lecture for Winter Wisdom, University College of Bath, University of Maine System, Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick, Maine, January 13, 2010 Presentation and discussion on Emerald City for Institutional Racism and Social Justice Program, City of Seattle Legislative Department, March 26, 2009 Discussion leader for Matthew Klingle, Emerald City, Cornerstones of Science, Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick, Maine, April 22, May 6, 2008 Panelist, Teaching Environmental History, Maine High School Social Studies Teachers Conference, University of Maine at Orono, October 27, 2006 PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Historical Association, American Society for Environmental History, Environmental Leadership Program, Organization of American Historians, Urban History Association, Western History Association REFERENCES (contact information available upon request) Richard White, Margaret Byrne Professor of American History Stanford University John M. Findlay, John Calhoun Smith Endowed Chair of History, University of Washington James N. Gregory, Professor of History, University of Washington Nancy Langston, Professor of Environmental History, Michigan Technological University; Editor emerita, Environmental History Anne Whiston Spirn, Professor of Landscape Architecture and Planning, MIT Christopher Sellers, Professor of History, Stony Brook University Andrew Isenberg, Professor of History, Temple University Kathryn Morse, John C. Elder Professor in Environmental Studies & Professor of History, Middlebury College Joseph E. Taylor III, Professor of History, Simon Fraser University Mark T. Fiege, Professor of History Colorado State University - Page 5 of 5 -

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