Michael Guenther received his B.A. from the University of Virginia, and his M.A. & Ph.D from Northwestern University. His research examines the social and political dimensions of science in the eighteenth-century British Empire. His broader fields of interest include environmental history, science and technology studies, print culture, and the age of Enlightenment. He is also seeking to close the gap between his avid interest in gardening and the meager results he seems to encounter each summer.
Michael B Guenther
Department Chair of Technology Studies
Education / Degrees:
B.A., University of Virginia M.A. & Ph.D, Northwestern University
HIS 295: Science & Society: From the Age of Newton to Darwin HIS 220: U.S. Environmental History HIS 235: Britain in the Modern World, I TEC 154: The Evolution of Technology Seminars Taught: HIS 310: Enlightenment and Revolution in Early America HIS/ENV 395: Environmental History of the Midwest & Great Plains
Primary Academic Interest:
Environmental History; History of Science; Atlantic World