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Julian bourg

Julian Bourg
Associate Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. University of California-Berkeley

 

Modern European intellectual and cultural history; modern French history; the 1960s; terror and political violence; Mchel Foucault. Author of the book From Revolution to Ethics: May 1968 and Contemporary French Thought.

617-552-2718
bourgj@bc.edu
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James Cronin

James Cronin
Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. Brandeis University

 

European social and eocnomic history; comparative labor history; state and society in Europe since 1750; British history; contemporary history. He is author of The Politics of State Expansion: War, State and Society in Twentieth-Century Britain and New Labour's Pasts: The Labour Party and Its Discontents.

617-552-3798
james.cronin@bc.edu
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Thomas Dodman

Thomas Dodman
Assistant Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. University of Chicago

 

Modern European social and cultural history; modern France and French Empire; war and society; medicine and emotions; critical social theory and psychoanalysis.

617.552.1576
dodmant@bc.edu
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Robin fleming

Robin Fleming
Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. University of California-Santa Barbara

 

Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman England; material culture and historical archaeology; legal history; medievalism. Author of Britain After Rome. Winner of 2013 MacArthur "Genius" Grant.

617.552.8484
robin.fleming@bc.edu
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Kevin KennyKevin Kenny
Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. Columbia University

Modern Ireland; global migration.

617.552.1196
kennyka@bc.edu
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Zachary MatusZachary Matus
Assitant Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. Harvard University

Intellectual and cultural history of Europe during the High and Late Middle Ages.

zachary.matus@bc.edu
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Kevin O'Neill
Associate Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. Brown University

Modern Ireland; peasants in colonial society and economy. Author of Family and Farm in Pre-famine Ireland: The Parish of Killeshandra.

 

617-552-3793
kevin.oneill@bc.edu
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Devin Pendas

Devin Pendas
Associate Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. University of Chicago

German history; modern Europe; legal history; history of genocide and war.

617-552-6881
devin.pendas@bc.edu
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Virginia Reinburg
Associate Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences 
Ph.D. Princeton University

Early modern European history; religious life in early modern France; religious and social history; the Reformation. Co-editor of the book Fragmented Devotion: Medieval Objects from the Schnutgen Collection, Cologne, 1900-1930.

617.552.8207
virginia.reinburg@bc.edu
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Sarah Ross
Associate Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. Northwestern University

Early-modern Europe (especially the cultural and intellectual history of Renaissance Italy and England); women and gender; humanism

617.552.2393
sarah.ross@bc.edu
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Robert SavageRobert Savage
Associate Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. Boston College

Irish political and cultural history; film and media in Ireland and Britain; Northern Ireland; Anglo-Irish relations in the 20th century.

617-552-3966
savager@bc.edu
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Standwood

Owen Stanwood
Associate Professor, History Department
College of Arts & Sciences
Ph.D. Northwestern University

Colonial America; early modern Britain; Atlantic and global histor; imperial politics.  Author of the book The Empire Reformed: English America in the Age of the Glorious Revolution.

617.552.6342
owen.standwood@bc.edu
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