Marcus, Alan I.
MARCUS, Alan I.
MARCUS, Alan I. American, b. 1949. Genres: History, Agriculture/Forestry. Career: University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, archivist, Archives for Medical History, 1974; International Training School, assistant professor, 1979-80; Iowa State University, Ames, assistant professor, 1980-85, associate professor, 1985-88, professor of history, 1988-, director of Center for Historical Studies of Technology and Science, 1986-. University of Cincinnati, adjunct assistant professor, 1979-80. Jewish Hospital of Cincinnati, director of History Project, 1980. Midwest Junto for the History of Science, president, 1990-91. Publications: Agricultural Science and the Quest for Legitimacy: Farmers, Agricultural Colleges, and Experiment Stations, 1870-1890, 1985; (with H.P. Segal) Technology in America: A Brief History, 1989, rev. ed, in press; Plague of Strangers: Social Groups and the Origin of City Services in Cincinnati, 1819-1870, 1991; (ed. with R. Lowitt) The United States Department of Agriculture in Historical Perspective, 1991; Cancer from Beef: DES, Federal Food Regulation, and Consumer Confidence, 1994; (ed. with H. Cravens and D.M. Katzman, and contrib.) Technical Knowlege in American Culture: Science, Technology, and Medicine in America since the Early 1800s, 1996; (ed. with Cravens) Health Care Policy in Contemporary America, 1997; Building Western Civilization: From the Advent of Writing to the Age of Steam, 1998. Contributor to books and academic journals. Address: Department of History, 635 Ross Hall, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011, U.S.A.
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