Theses Advised

Drew Jackson, "State Building and Crowd Violence in Early Modern London." (May 2017)

Douglas Walter, "Republic to Empire: Greece and Rome in American Thought During the Mexican-American War." (May 2017)

Kalina Hadzhikova, "Ancient Rome and the Configuration of Imperial Authority During the Reigns of Manuel I Comnenus and Frederick Barbarossa." (May 2015)

Nicholas Upshaw, "The First Diplomatic School in Old Regime France: Education and Expertise at the Académie Politique." (May 2015)

William Grimshaw, "Humanity and its Discontents: The Impact of Cybernetics on the Ontological and Epistemological Status of Human Beings in the Modern Era. (May 2015)

Joanna Rothchild, "Méndez v. Westminster: Unique Legal Approaches to School Desegregation by Mexican-Americans in 1940s California." (Dec. 2014)

Enrique Montygierd, "The Action of 31 July 1793 & the French Revolutionary Navy." (May 2014)

Gage Swan, "Political Transformations in Bavaria, 1778-1815." (May 2014)

Bernadette Clark, "Colonial Wives' Naturalization of the Indian Subcontinent in the Nineteenth Century." (May 2014) [with Mary Ashburn Miller]

Nathan Allen, "Changes in Hindu Personal Law in the Context of Ideological Shifts During Colonial & Postcolonial India." (May 2013)

Rozenn Welsh, "The Overseas Chinese in Early Colonial Indochina." (May 2013)

Alexander Walker, “Land-Use Regulation and Urban Sprawl in Clark County, Washington in the 1970s & 1980s.” (May 2012) [with Tamara Venit-Shelton]

Lauren Bergenholtz, “Building the Revolutionary City: Urbanism and Insurrection from the Paris Commune to the ‘Situationiste Internationale.’” (May 2011)

Issac Eger, “Sporting sin: the Olympic Idea and Anti-Doping Rhetoric.” (May 2011)

Stephen Legg, “Religion, Science, and the Body in Puritan New England.” (Dec. 2010)

Sara Chetney, “The Living Dead:  Public Perception and the Decline of French Guiana’s Prisons.” (May 2010)

Catherine Hinchliff, “The Commons’ Protestation of 1621:  Freedom of Speech in Early Stuart England.” (May 2010)

William Woodson, “The Highland Clearances and the Highland Bagpipe in Scotland and Cape Breton, 1700-1900.” (May 2010)

Claire Payton, “Universal Citizenship and the Politics of Exclusion: Race in Early Revolutionary France and Saint-Domingue.” (Dec. 2007)  [with David Garrett]

Erica Briant, “A History of the Marital Rape Exemption: The Years Between Women’s Movements.” (May 2007)

Kenneth Patterson, “The Greatest Work: Alchemy and Millenarianism in the Hartlib Circle.” (May 2007)

Sarah Carlin, “‘And Further Saith Not:’ Bastard Bearers and the Law in Eighteenth-Century England, 1700-1760.” (May 2006)

Tosca Braun,  “Consumer and Consumed: Female Agency Embodied in Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century France.” (May 2006)

Kristen M. Cross, “Consuming Identities: Fashion, Gender and Class in Nineteenth-Century France.” (May 2006)

Kathryn L. Wulfson, “Communicating Experience in the Correspondence of Marin Mersenne.” (May 2005)

Julia T. Haskin, “Music on the Fringe: Music and Musicians in Ireland and Scotland in the Reigns of James I and Charles I of England, 1603-1649.” (May 2003)

Tom Wunderlich, “An Analysis of Florentine Civic Humanist Republicanism.” (Dec. 2002). [with David Garrett]

Katherine Fidler, “Rituals of Penance and Restoration: The Function of Torture and Spectacular Execution in Cases of Regicide in the Ancien Régime.” (Dec. 2002)

Matthew Powers, “The Cult of Gustavus Adolphus.” (May 2002)

Luke A. Stanton, “Jacobin Ideology and the Co-opting of Symbolic Meaning in the French Revolution.” (May 2002)

Shimon Prohow, “Answering the New Vérole: An Examination of the French Response to AIDS as a Social Disease.” (May 2002)