Mather House 304
Dr. Shulman studies technology, science, and American politics in the 19th and 20th centuries, with special interests in the history of energy, environmental history, communication and transportation, the history of intelligence, and the history of American foreign relations. He teaches courses in the history of technology, energy and the environment, historical methods, and contemporary history. His current book project is a history of ideas about intelligence in twentieth century America.
Prof. Shulman currently serves as the Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Department of History, certifying major and minor declaration forms and reviewing requests for transfer and study abroad credit.