Industrial Archaeology and Heritage Dissertations

Doctor of Philosophy Degrees Awarded in Industrial Archaeology and Heritage


D. Trepal. 2019. The Archaeology of the Postindustrial: Spatial Data Infrastructures for Studying the Past in the Present. [ProQuest]

A.C. Mueller. 2019. Fortune and Failure: Gold and Silver Smelting in the Colorado Rockies 1861 to 1900. [ProQuest]


S.M. Gohman. 2018. Kinetic Landscape and Unalloyed Potential: Rethinking the Extractive Lifespan of Michigan's Native Mass Copper Mining Industry. [ProQuest]

L.A.P. de Medeiros. 2018. Heritage-led Development in Postindustrial Areas: A Systemic Approach to Industrial Landscapes. [ProQuest]


E.C. Nordberg. 2017. Personality over Policy: A Comparative History of the Founding and Early Development of Four Significant American Manuscript Repositories of Business, Industry, and Technology. [ProQuest]

J. Baeten. 2017. A Landscape of Water and Waste: Heritage Legacies and Environmental Change in the Mesabi Iron Range. [MTU Library] [ProQuest]

J.D.M. Arnold. 2017. Preserving the Vernacular Postindustrial Landscape: Big Data Geospatial Approaches to Heritage Management and Interpretation. [ProQuest]


F.E.  Sutherland, The Cuyuna Iron Range: Legacy of a 20th century industrial community. [ProQuest]


M.N. Henshaw, Hog Chains and Mark Twains: A study of labor history, archaeology, and industrial ethnography of the Steamboat Era of the Monongahela Valley 1811-1950. [MTU Library] [ProQuest]


S.F. See, Keweenaw National Historical Park: Heritage partnerships in an industrial landscape. [MTU Library] [ProQuest]


B. J. Morin, Reflection, refraction, and rejection : copper smelting heritage and the execution of environmental policy. MTU Archives and Library Stacks-3 LD3300.D2009; Online at [MTU Library]

C. C. Hartnell, Arctic network builders : the Arctic Coal Company's operations on Spitsbergen and its relationship with the environment. MTU Archives and Library Stacks-3 LD3300.D2009 H333; Online at [MTU Library]