Dr. Andrew C. Baker is an associate professor of history at A&M-Commerce, where he teaches courses in modern United States history, environmental history, and public history. His book, Bulldozer Revolutions: A Rural History of the Metropolitan South (2018), explores the history of suburban sprawl and farmland preservation in Texas and Virginia. He has published award-winning articles in Agricultural History, Environmental History, and the Southwestern Historical Quarterly. He is currently working on several projects including a commodity history of arsenic, place-based histories of environmental justice activism in Texas, and an interdisciplinary history of ruins.
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