Madeline Berry

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Madeline Berry

Bio

I am a PhD student from Altoona, Pennsylvania. I study American History, with a focus on U.S. environmental history and material culture. My current research focuses the distance running boom of the 1970s. More specifically, I am interested in the interactions between the natural world and long distance runners, and what this says about conceptions of space, consumption, and the modern U.S. environmental movement.

Education

B.A., History, Saint Francis University, Loretto, PA (2016)

Academic Career

Lecturer, Mississippi State University (Spring 2021)
• HI1073 Modern United States History
Teaching Assistant, Mississippi State University (Fall 2018, Spring 2020-Fall 2020, Fall 2021)
• HI1063 Early United States History
• HI1073 Modern United States History
Agricultural History Society Graduate Assistant (Spring 2019 – Fall 2019)

Research Interests

U.S. Environmental History
Material Culture
Modern U.S. History
Early U.S. History

Publications

(2021) Content Editor for Free History: U.S. History to 1877 authored by Dr. Denise Holladay Damico. https://freehistory.space/.

(2020) "’So much history in just 13.1 miles!’: Racing to go Back." Environmental History Now. https://envhistnow.com/2020/11/10/so-much-history-in-just-13-1-miles-racing-forward-to-go-back/.

(2019) "Unredeemed Land: An Environmental History of Civil War and Emancipation in the Cotton South," Civil War Book Review: Vol. 21: Iss. 1. Available at: https://digitalcommons.lsu.edu/cwbr/vol21/iss1/17.

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