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Ph.D. David Edwin NYE Chair, Center for American Studies, University of Southern Denmark, Odense

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1968 B.A. American Studies, cum laude, Amherst College
1971 M.A. American Studies, University of Minnesota
1974 Ph.D. American Studies, University of Minnesota
1987-1991 Associate professor, American Studies, Copenhagen University
1987-1997 Executive Board, Danish Fulbright Commission
1992-1994 Vice-President, Nordic American Studies Association
1992-1994 President, Danish Association for American Studies
1992-1996 Founder & Chair, Center for American Studies, Syddansk University
1998 Founder & Chair, Center for American Studies, Syddansk University
2000-2003 Executive Council, Society for the History of Technology
2003 Welch Visiting Professor in American Studies, Notre Dame University
2003-2004 Founder & Chair, Center for American Studies, Syddansk University
2005-2006 Professor of History and American Studies, Warwick University
since 2006 Founder & Chair, Center for American Studies, Syddansk University

Mitgliedschaften

Society for the History of Technology American Studies Association, European Association of American Studies Nordic Association for American Studies

Publikationen

Electrifying America: Social Meanings of a New Technology, 1990
American Technological Sublime MIT Press, 1994
Consuming Power: A Cultural History of American Energies. MIT Press, 1998
America as Second Creation: Technological Foundation Stories Cambridge: MITPress, May, 2003, 370 pp. Review, New York Times, 31.5.03, 2003
Technology Matters: Questions to Live With Cambridge: MIT Press, 2006. Reviews: Times Higher Education 1.12.05, Nature, 31.8.06, 2006

Auszeichnungen

Able Wolman Book Award, American Public Works Association, 1991
The Dexter Prize, Society for the History of Technology, 1993
Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize by MIT Press, 1998 and 2003
Elected permanent by-fellow, Churchill College, Cambridge University, 1999
The Leonardo Da Vinci Medal, Society for the History of Technology, 2005