Adjunct Instructor/ Center for Environmental Arts and Humanities
PhD, ABD, University of Maine
MA, University of New Hampshire
BA, Colby College
Robert Gee is an international environmental historian whose work looks at the changing nature of scientific understanding and resource conflicts within communities over time. He has a BA in English and American Studies from Colby College and an MA in history from the University of New Hampshire, and is currently finishing up his PhD, also in history, at the University of Maine. In 2012 Rob was a Fulbright scholar in residence at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Rob teaches history, sociology, and environmental studies at Unity and in the interdisciplinary Maine Studies program at the University of Maine. His published works have appeared in Acadiensis and in Blake Harrison and Richard Judd’s A Landscape History of New England (MIT Press 2011). He is a founder, editor, and author at Stillwater Historians (stillwaterhistorians.com) and has contributed to other academic blogs hosted by the AHA (American Historical Association), NiCHE (Network in Canadian History and Environment), and Inside Higher Ed.