Isaiah Sterrett

Isaiah Sterrett

Office: Stokes S330-F



M.A., Department of Political Science, Boston College (2012)

  • Thesis: “The Pied Piper in Power: Ideological Resources and the Authoritarian Youth Group”

B.A., cum laude, Boston College (2010)

  • Honors Program, Department of Political Science
  • Dean’s Scholar, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Recipient, McGillucuddy-Logue Travel Grant
  • Distinguished Sophomore Scholar, Department of Political Science


Isaiah studies the cultural and political history of modern Europe. He focuses on the interplay between state-building and everyday life during the last years of the nineteenth century and the first third of the twentieth. He is especially interested in childhood and child-rearing, the home, and political allegiance.

Modern Europe; culture and politics; children, childhood, and the family; the modern state