Owen G. Clow

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Research Interests:
Environmental and cultural history of the 20th Century United States.
Environmentalism, region and regionalism, photography and visual culture, the 1990s and post-Cold War US history, digital history & humanities

  • M.A., American Studies, Columbia University (New York, NY), 2018

    B.A., American Studies, Lawrence University (Appleton, WI), 2015

  • "DOCUMERICA and the Visual Archive of Dysplacement," American Society for Environmental History 2022 (annual meeting), Eugene, OR

    "Anxious Regionalists and the 'Nine Nations of North America' in the Age of Fracture," Society for United States Intellectual History 2022 (annual meeting), Boston, MA

  • Assistantships and Honors

    Rev. Albert J. Loomie Prize, Fordham University (2020)

    Bennett Assistantship, Fordham University (2019-present)

    Teaching Assistantship, Barnard College (2017-2018)

    Courses Taught:

    "The Profits of Race" (Fall 2017)

    "What Is American Studies?" (Spring 2018)