Anne Ricculli has a Ph.D. in History and Culture (Drew University), an M.A. in Museum Studies (NYU) and a B.S. in Biology (Honors). A former biology and environmental science instructor, she teaches undergraduate History of Science and Technology, Environmental History, and Public Health. She presents her research on the nineteenth-century public understanding of coral reef science at international conferences including History of Science Society (2016-2019) and the American Museum of Natural History, and is a member of the Ocean Working Group of the Consortium for the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine.
Frequently Taught Classes
Recently Taught Classes
- HS-108-01 - Human Gods: Science, Technology, and Culture in History
- HS-202-02 - United State History II