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Joseph A. Stromberg <email@example.com>
University of Houston
|List Affiliations:||Review Editor for H-Energy
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Environmental History / Studies
History of Science, Medicine, and Technology
Political History / Studies
Urban History / Studies
PhD. University of Houston- Houston, TX, 2012
M.A in History, University of Houston – Clear Lake, Houston, TX, 2004
B.A. in History, University of Houston – Clear Lake, Houston, TX, 2001
"Review of David P. Billington, Donald C. Jackson, and Martin V. Melosi's The History of
Large Federal Dams: Planning, Design, and Construction in the Era of Big Dams (2005)." Newsletter of Public Works History 89 (2007).
"Chemical and Biological Weapons;" "The Hudson River; "and “The Trans-Alaska Pipeline;" In The Encyclopedia of American Environmental History, edited by Kathleen Brosnan. New York: Facts on File, Inc., (accepted)
"Appalachian Coal Region;" "Energy Use and Development.;" and "Oil Pollution." In The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, Volume 8: Environment, edited by Martin V. Melosi. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2007.
Stromberg, Joseph Allen, Daisy Durham, and Stephanie Fuglaar. "City of Houston: A History of the Office of City Secretary (Internal Report)." Houston: City of Houston, 2005.
•Spring 2008- Adjunct Instructor- U.S. Environmental History, University of Houston- Clear Lake
•Spring 2006 to Present- Research Assistant for Dr. Martin V. Melosi, Litigation Support, New York Water Pollution
•Fall 2003 to Spring 2005- Research Assistant for Dr. Tyler Priest, MMS (Minerals Management Service) Project, Shell History Project
•Fall 2004- Research Assistant for Dr. Joseph Pratt for a Cambridge Energy Research Associates Special Report in:
Yergin, Daniel et al. "In Search of Reasonable Certainty: Oil and Gas Reserves Disclosure." Cambridge:
Cambridge Energy Research Associates, 2005.
Grants and Awards Received:
•University of Houston – Clear Lake, Alumni Grant, 2003
•Wilson History Scholarship in 2003
•Wilson History Scholarship in 2001