Associate Professor ; Graduate Faculty
|Dept:||Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences|
- Ph.D., History, University of Delaware, 2000.
- M.A., History, University of Delaware, 1991.
- B.A., Liberal Studies, Eugene Lang College, 1987.
Technology and the Environment: Human Impacts on Ecosystems and Landscapes.
- The Use of Water and its Regulation in Medieval Siena, Journal of Urban History, May 2005.
- Kucher, Michael. The Roots of the Networked City: The Medieval Aqueducts and Fountains of Siena. Routledge, 2005.
- "Lost Memories: Most of What We Know about the Puget Sound/Georgia Straight Landscape is Wrong". American Society for Environmental History, Annual Meeting, Victoria, BC, April 2004.
- "Sienese Engineers and Their Legacy." Society for the History of Technology, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, October 2003.
- "The Role of Technology in Promoting Sustainable Design." Sustainability Seminar, University of Washington, Seattle, March 2002.