Christopher Sellers is a professor of history at Stony Brook University. His research concentrates on the history of environment and health, of cities and industries, and of inequ – ality and democracy, with a focus on the United States and Mexico. He holds a Ph.D. in Ame – rican Studies from Yale and an M.D. He is the author of Hazards of the Job: From Industrial Di – sease to Environmental Health Science; Crabgrass Crucible: Suburban Nature and Environmentalism in Twentieth-Century America and co-editor of, among other edited volumes, Dangerous Trade: Histories of Industrial Hazard across a Globalizing World.