Graduate Students

Graduate Students

Amramina Anna Amramina


History of Science and Technology

aamramin@umn.edu
History of geosciences and environmental studies in the 20th century, intellectual interactions and transfer of scientific knowledge over the Iron Curtain
Borrego Adam Borrego


History of Science and Technology

borre071@umn.edu
Natural philosophy and medicine in Antiquity and early modern Europe; Paracelsianism; alchemy; science and religion; science and esotericism; intellectual history; history of ideas
Cable Kele Cable


History of Science and Technology

cable020@umn.edu
The control and experimentalization of biology during the 20th century, specifically, evolution, genetics, and microbiology
Carlie Cervantes de Blois Carlie Cervantes de Blois


History of Science and Technology

cerva016@umn.edu
Southeast Asian studies - Indonesia and Vietnam; sustainable agricultural systems and technologies
Eguiarte Souza Felipe Eguiarte Souza


History of Science and Technology

eguia003@umn.edu
Theory and history of evolution, including cooperation, mutualism, the “struggle for existence”; philosophical-political relationships of humans with nature
Adam Fix Adam Fix


History of Science and Technology

fixxx048@umn.edu
Early modern physical sciences, the scientific revolution, history of mathematics, history of music theory and acoustics
Flood Margaret (Macey) Flood


History of Medicine

floo0020@umn.edu
Medicinal botanicals, medical circulations, irregular practitioners, colonial medicine in the 19th- and 20th-century United States
Foster Shawn Foster


History of Science and Technology, Neurology

foste053@umn.edu
Differences of thought processes behind the Western and Traditional Chinese medicines
Samuel Froiland Samuel Froiland


History of Science and Technology

froil017@umn.edu
Philosophy of science; environmental history; synanthropy; restoration/conservationism; and forest ecology
Gidzak Bonnie Gidzak


History of Science and Technology

baue0189@umn.edu
History of the ways science intersects with society through institutions such as education, museums and news media, in late-19th and 20th century North America

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