Anne Delano Steinert

Anne Delano Steinert

Assistant Professor - Visiting

McMicken Hall

301B

A&S History - 0373

Professional Summary

Anne Delano Steinert studies public history and the history of the built environment with a focus on late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century Cincinnati. She is the founder of Cincinnati's Over-the-Rhine Museum and curator of the Look Here!, Schools for the City, and Finding Kenyon Barr exhibitions. At UC she has taught United States History II, Local History Research Methods, History of American Cemeteries, Introduction to Historic Preservation Planning (DAAP), History of Cincinnati, and Oral History Workshop. She has also taught The History of Housing in America at Xavier University. Steinert was co-creator, with Dr. Tracy Teslow, of the New Deal Neighbors oral history project. She is currently working with Dr. David Stradling to research the life of UC's founder, Charles McMicken, and working on her dissertation. Steinert's dissertation, Standing Right Here: The Built Environment as a Tool for Historical Inquiry explores the built environment as a rich source for historians as they develop and investigate questions about the past.