Administrative Director, MA Program & Associate Faculty
B.A. History, Columbia University, 1991
M.A. History, New York University, 2004
Ph.D. History, CUNY Graduate Center, 2013
Gwynneth Malin is a historian whose research interests focus on the intersections between local government, natural resources, and water infrastructure. She has taught local and community history as an Adjunct Instructor for the Masters Program in Archives and Public History in the Department of History at NYU. Her dissertation was titled How Water Became Public in Progressive-Era New York, 1883-1917. Her writing has appeared at citylore.org and in New York Archives, The Public Historian, and The Journal of Archival Organization. She is the Administrative Director of Gallatin’s Master of Arts Program.