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Tony Adler

Tony Adler ’06

  • Research Associate in History, History

Introduction

My research centers on the history of oceanography, the development of marine technology, and the history of field science and exploration. At Carleton, I teach courses on the history of science, the history of exploration, and the Pacific World. My personal website can be found here.

Education & Professional History

Carleton College, BA (history); University of Washington MA (Museology), Ph.D. (History)

Highlights & Recent Activity

Organizations & Scholarly Affiliations

ICHO (International Commission of the History of Oceanography)

Courses Taught This Year

  • HIST 100: Exploration, Science, and Empire (Fall 2020)
  • HIST 194: The Making of the "Pacific World" (Winter 2021)
  • HIST 287: From Alchemy to the Atom Bomb: The Scientific Revolution and the Making of the Modern World (Spring 2021)
Profile updated June 28, 2020

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