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Graduates and Placements

 

Laura Ambrose, "Plotting Movement: Representations of Local Travel in Early Modern England, 1600-1660." Associate Professor, Saint Mary's College

Andreea Boboc, "Justice on Trial: Judicial Abuse and Acculturation in Late Medieval English Literature, 1381-1481." Associate Professor, University of the Pacific

Andrew Bozio, "Ecologies of Thought in Early Modern English Drama." Assistant Professor, Skidmore College

Katie Brokaw, "Tudor Musical theater: Staging Religious Difference From Wisdom to The Winter's Tale." Assistant Professor, University of California-Merced

Heather Flaherty, "The Place of the Speculum Humanae Salvationis in the Rise of Affective Piety in the Later Middle Ages." Curator of Education, The Trout Gallery, Dicksinson College

Noah Gardiner, "Esotericism in a Manuscript Culture: Ahmad al-Buni and His Readers through the Mamluk Period." Research Fellow, University of Bonn

Elizabeth Kamali, "A Felonious State of Mind: Mens Rea in Thirteenth-and Fourtheenth-Century England." Assistant Professor, Harvard Law.

Ellen Marie Lee, "Lethaeus Amore: Love and Memory in Latin Elegy."

Kris Luce, "Revolutions in Parallel: The Rise and Fall of Drawing within Architectural Design." 

Stephanie Pilat, "Reconstructing Italy: The Ina-Casa Neighborhoods of the Postwar Era." Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma

Sean Roberts, "Cartography between Cultures: Francesco Berlinghieri’s Geographia of 1482." Assistant Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University-Qatar

Ella-Natalie Rothman, "Between Venice and Istanbul: Trans-Imperial Subjects and Cultural Mediation in the Early Modern Mediterranean." Associate Professor, University of Toronto

Marjorie Rubright, "Double Dutch: Approximate Identities in Early Modern English Culture." Associate Professor, University of Toronto 

Noel Schiller, "The Art of Laughter: Society, Civility, and Viewing Practices in the Netherlands 1600-1640." Assistant Professor, University of South Florida

Kathryn Will, "Cultivating Heraldic Histories in Early Modern English Literature." Adjunct Professor, Monmouth College

Rebecca Wiseman, "Reading and Reception in Early Modern England: Aesthetics, Judgment, and selfhood from Sidney to Milton." Assistant Professor, University of Toronto-Scarborough