Martin-Hardin, Amanda

Field: United States; Advisor: Jacoby; Year: 2018

Amanda Martin-Hardin is a Ph.D. student and a Richard Hofstadter Fellow in the Department of History. She examines the intersections of race, the environment, and visual culture in the 20th century United States.

Publications

Nature in Black and White: Summer Camps and Racialized Landscapes in the Photography of Gordon Parks,” Environmental History 23, Issue 3 (July 2018): 594-605.

Education

Prior to attending Columbia, Amanda earned a Master of Arts in history at Montana State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies (with a minor in photojournalism) from The University of Texas at Austin.

Experience

Amanda has experience teaching undergraduate history courses. She has also participated in public history projects, including guiding historical walking tours.

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