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Julia GoodFox <firstname.lastname@example.org>
American Studies Program, University of Kansas
|List Affiliations:||Former List Editor for H-Amstdy
|Interests:||American History / Studies
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Native American History / Studies
I analyze the cultural and social matrixes of science, technology, and medicine in the Americas.
My comprehensive examination will focus on trends and patterns in the scholarship on United States software, 1969 - 2000; this will lead to a dissertation involving interdisciplinary analysis and historical narrative on four selected case-studies of databases in the United States.
My secondary research project is constructing the historical and social relationships since the nineteenth century between the public health of selected American Indian nations, federal policy, professional organizations and educational institutions.
CURRENT PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Graduate Teaching Assistant, American Studies Department, University of Kansas (2001 - present)
Doctoral student, Major in American Studies, University of Kansas (2000 - present)
MA, Major in English, Twentieth Century American Indian Literatures and Non-Canonical texts, University of Oklahoma (1996)
Cultural and Social Histories of Science, Technology, and Medicine in the Americas
Construction Theories of Information / Knowledge, Representation, and Bodies
Book of the Month Review: Thierry Bardini, Bootstrapping: Douglas Engelbart, Coevolution, and the Origins of Personal Computing. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2000. (Research Center for Cyberculture Studies, University of Washington, forthcoming 2003)
"Murray Gell-Mann," encyclopedia entry, Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives: 1960s, edited by William O'Neill and Kenneth T. Jackson (Charles Scribner & Sons, forthcoming 2003)
"Indigenous Health as Politics and Policy: Exploring the Work of Carlos Montezuma, M.D.," Mid-American Conference on History, Fayetteville, Arkansas (2002)
"To Their Health: American Indian Physicians and Healers, Representation, and American Studies," Mid-America American Studies Association, St. Louis, Missouri (2002)
"Whose Geronimo? Memory, Remembering, and the Geronimo Genre," Northeastern Modern Language Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (2002)