Gregory Nobles is professor of history at Georgia Tech, where he served as co-chair of the General Education Assessment Task Force in the 1990s and, since 2005, has been director of the Georgia Tech Honors Program. A specialist in early American and environmental history, he has published articles in journals such as the William and Mary Quarterly, the Journal of Social History, and the Journal of American History, and he is the author or co-author of four books, most recently Whose American Revolution Was It? Historians Interpret the Founding, co-authored with Alfred F. Young. He is currently at work on another book, The Art and Science of John James Audubon: Bringing Nature to the Nation. He has held numerous research grants, including three from the National Endowment for the Humanities, and residential fellowships at the Charles Warren Center at Harvard University, the American Antiquarian Society, the Huntington Library, the Princeton University Library, and the Newberry Library. He has also held two Fulbright professorships, as senior scholar in New Zealand (1995) and as the John Adams Chair in American History in the Netherlands (2002). He enjoys meeting with audiences outside academia, particularly under the auspices of the Distinguished Lectureship Program of the Organization of American Historians.