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Amy Limoncelli

ph.d. candidate

Amy Limoncelli


Office: Stokes Hall, Cubicle S380-B

Faculty Advisor: James Cronin


BA, History and Public Policy, The College of William & Mary

  • Thesis: "Looking the East End in the Face: The Impact of the British Monarchy on Civilian Morale in the Second World War"

Research Interests:

I study twentieth-century British imperial, political, and cultural history.  I am particularly interested in postwar processes of decolonization and European integration and in ideas of British identity.


"The Field of Cloth of Gold: Henry VIII's Display of Princely Magnificence," James Blair Historical Review, (Spring 2010), 6-15.

Conference Papers:

"Equality of Sacrifice: Morale and the Private Life of the British Monarchy during the Second World War." College of William & Mary Conference on European Studies, College of William & Mary, April 16-17, 2010.