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Catherine A. Cardno <email@example.com>
American Society of Civil Engineers
|List Affiliations:||Review Editor for H-South
Reviewer for H-Atlantic
|Interests:||American History / Studies
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
PhD (History, 2004), The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
MA (History, 1998), The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland
MA, (History of Ideas, 1996), Lancaster University, Lancaster, England
BA cum laude, (History, 1995), University of California: San Diego
Authored – essays and book chapters
“Chapter 11: Crime and Violence,” The Handbook to Life in America, Book 2: The Early National period and Expansion. Rodney P. Carlisle (ed). Golson Books, Ltd., (forthcoming).
“The Fruit of Nine, Sue kindly brought”: colonial enforcement of sexual norms in eighteenth-century Maryland” in Melanie Perrault and Debra Meyers, Colonial Chesapeake: New Perspectives (Lexington Books, 2006).
Authored – book reviews
Book Review, on Deborah A. Symonds, Notorious Murders, Black Lanterns, and Moveable Goods: the Transformation of Edinburgh's Underworld in the Early Nineteenth Century, (University of Akron Press, 2006) Canadian Journal of History, (forthcoming).
Book Review, on John Smolenski and Thomas J. Humphrey (eds). New World Orders: Violence, Sanction, and Authority in the Colonial Americas (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005). H-Atlantic (8/6/07).
Book Review, on L. H. Roper. Conceiving Carolina: Proprietors, Planters and Plots, 1662-1729 (Palgrave, 2004), Interactive Review for H-South (2/7/06).
Book Review, on Breslaw, Elaine G (ed). Witches of the Atlantic World: A Historical Reader and Primary Sourcebook (New York University Press, 2000), Maryland Historical Magazine, vol. 97, no. 2 (Summer 2002).
Book Review, on Christine Daniels and Michael V. Kennedy (eds.) Over the Threshold: Intimate Violence in Early America (Routledge, 1999), ¬Maryland Historical Magazine, vol. 95, no. 4 (Winter 2000).
Authored – Civil Engineering magazine (distributed to 100,000 world-wide)
a. Historic Structures
Neolithic mound rehabilitation in England, forthcoming.
Recording construction vibrations at 3,000-5,000 Native American burial site in California, forthcoming.
“Renovated Bascule Bridge Reopens in Chattanooga,” Civil Engineering, (November, 2007), 25-27.
“19th-Century Landmark Gutted, Renovated, and Expanded,” Civil Engineering, (August, 2007), 14-15.
“Environmentalism Meets Art at 55 Baker Street,” Civil Engineering, (July, 2007), 12-13.
“Glass and Steel ‘Cloud’ Redefines Hamburg Harbor,” Civil Engineering, (June, 2007), 12-13.
b. New Buildings
Building the Tallest building west of the Missippi in San Francisco, forthcoming
“Wales Water Park Shaped Like Upturned Fishing Vessel,” Civil Engineering, (December, 2007), 16-17.
“Sail-Shaped Office Towers Support Wind Turbines,” Civil Engineering, (October, 2007), 14-15.
Afro-American Cultural Center, Charlotte, NC, photocaption, Civil Engineering, (September, 2007), 22.
c. Bridges and Highways
Rehabilitating Detroit’s I-75, forthcoming.
“Construction Begins on Replacement of Collapsed Minneapolis Bridge,” (December, 2007), 18-19.
“New Tacoma Narrows Bridge Opens,” Civil Engineering, (September, 2007), 16-18.
“Inverted Suspension Bridge Planned for China,” Civil Engineering, (August, 2007), 26.
“Bascule Span Will Be Powered by Hydraulics,” Civil Engineering, (June, 2007), 28-29.
d. Sports Arenas and Stadiums
“New Dallas Cowboys Stadium Features Moving Roof and Walls” (September, 2007), 36-38.
“Arch Rises above Rebuilt Wembley Stadium,” Civil Engineering, (August, 2007), 12-13.
II. Research/Technology articles
Construction monitoring of an archeological site, forthcoming.
Hong Kong pollution testing, forthcoming.
Developing seismic testing at the Nankai Trough (Pacific Ocean), forthcoming.
“Tilting Wind Turbine Tower Suits its Site,” Civil Engineering, (December, 2007), 36-37.
“Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Withstands Strong Earthquakes,” Civil Engineering, (November, 2007), 30-31.
“Vehicle Infrastructure Integration Test Beds Planned for Detroit,” Civil Engineering, (September, 2007), 42-43.
“Soil Improvements Limit Liquefaction during Seismic Activity,” Civil Engineering (August, 2007), 40-41.
“Symmetry Group Mapped 120 Years Later,” Civil Engineering, (May, 2007), 25-26.
III. Coastal Engineering
Transbay cabling project (San Francisco), forthcoming
“Dredged Material Cell with Experience Extraordinary Settlement,” Civil Engineering, (July, 2007), 26-28.
IV. News Briefs – (September 2007), 40-41; (October, 2007), 34-35; (November, 2007), 28-29; (December, 2007), 34-35; (January, 2008), forthcoming; (February, 2008), forthcoming.
Authored – Structure magazine (distributed to 35,000 in the United States)
“An Interview with Robert Bachman and James R. Harris: Winners of the 2006 ‘Best of the Best,’” Structure,
(March, 2006), 62-63.
“Electrical Transmission and Substation Conference held in Birmingham, Alabama” Structure, (January, 2007), 62.
“The 2006 Structures Congress and Exposition: St. Louis, MO” Structure, (July, 2006), 68-69.
“An Interview with R. Shankar Nair: Winner of the 2005 ‘Best of the Best’” Structure, (November, 2005), 77.
Edited – Structure magazine (distributed to 35,000 in the United States)
“Structural Columns,” Structure magazine, 14 issues (April 2006 – May 2007).
“Structural Columns” are two pages within Structure. In addition to editing “Structural Columns” for 14
issues, I also implemented and edited an article series for the column that ran for 7 issues.
The SEI Update, 12 issues (August 2005 – May 2007)
The SEI Update is an approximately 25 page bi-monthly electronic newsletter with a circulation of approximately 20,000 world-wide.
Lower Division: America Society and Culture: 1607-1876, (HIS 110), Goucher College, Fall 2004
America Society and Culture: 1876-2004, (HIS 111), Goucher College, Sp 2005
Race, Radicalism and Reform: United States History from 1787-1919, (HIST
113) Teaching Assistant for Professor Ronald Walters, Johns Hopkins
University, Spring 2000
Upper Division: England and Colonial America:1600-1763, (HIS 234), Goucher College, Sp 2005
America before 1764, (HIST 168.10), George Washington University, Fall 2002
Women in the United States, (HIS/WS 269), Goucher College, Spring 2005
History of the South, (HIS 263), Goucher College, Fall 2004
The American Civil War Era, (HIST 280), Teaching Assistant for Professor
Michael P. Johnson, Johns Hopkins University, Spring 1998.
Seminars: African American Life: 1500 to 1865 (HIST 460), University of Maryland University
College, online course scheduled for Spring 2008
African-Americans in Slavery and Freedom up to the Civil War, (HIS 320),
Goucher College, Fall 2004
Crime In Early America, c. 1607-1850, (HIST 362), Johns Hopkins, Fall 2001
Lower Division: Occidental Civilization: Old Regime and Revolution 1650-1850 (HIST 104),
Johns Hopkins University, Summer 2001, 2002
Occidental Civilization: 1850-present, (HIST 105), Teaching Assistant for
Professor Jeffrey Brooks, Johns Hopkins University, Spring 1999.
Chair and Organizer, “Anatomy of a Course: pedagogy and higher education,” for the American Historical Association, Philadelphia, January 2006.
“‘Unnatural and inordinate copulations:’ free mulatto women, enslaved men, and the definition of race in eighteenth-century Maryland,” co-authored by Catherine A. Cardno, J. Elliot Russo, Jean B. Russo, a seminar paper to be presented in Jennifer Morgan’s “Gender and Slavery in Early America” seminar at The Berkshire Conference of Women Historians fourteenth annual conference, Minneapolis, USA, June 12-15, 2008. (upcoming)
“‘Born of the Body of a White Woman:’ Interracial Bastardy in Colonial Maryland” co-authored by Catherine A. Cardno, J. Elliott Russo, Jean B. Russo, at Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture twelfth annual conference, Québec City, Canada, June 9-11, 2006.
“Keeping the Peace in the face of Murder: colonial adaptations to English traditions in eighteenth-century Charles County, Maryland” at “Strategies and Stories: Microhistories from the Atlantic World, 1500-1815,” Cambridge University/OIEAHC conference, England, September 8-9, 2003.
“A Matter of Theft: Race, Gender and Stealing in colonial eighteenth-century Charles County, Maryland” at the Southern Historical Association 2002 conference, Baltimore, Maryland, 6-9 November 2002.
“A case of murder: subverting authority and challenging social expectations in mid-eighteenth-century Maryland,” Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture eighth annual conference, College Park, Maryland, June 14-16, 2002.
“Theft and Death: the experience of African Americans and the courts of Charles County Maryland, 1696-1770” at the British Association for American Studies Annual Conference, hosted by the Rothermere American Institute in conjunction with St Anne’s College, University of Oxford, England 5-8 April, 2002.
“Policing sexual morality: gender and illegitimacy in colonial eighteenth-century Maryland” at “Rethinking Gender and Power,” an interdisciplinary postgraduate conference run by the School of Politics at Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, 30 & 31 August, 2001.
“Describing the Self: defending moral and sexual reputation in eighteenth-century Maryland” at “Texts of Testimony: Autobiography, Life-Story Narratives and the Public Sphere” put on by the Centre of Literature and Cultural Studies at Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, England, 23-25 August 2001.
“‘For her offence aforesaid’: Bastardy, Status and Race in early eighteenth-century Charles County Maryland,” Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture seventh annual conference, Glasgow, Scotland, 10-15 July 2001.
“Converting Infidels: Anglicans and Slavery in eighteenth-century Virginia,” East-Coast/American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies annual conference, Norfolk, Virginia, 5-8 October 2000.
“Anglicanism and slavery in late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century Virginia,” American Seminar, Johns Hopkins University, 25 February 1998.