Ansley, Laura ABD Historyemail: email@example.com
Current Research: Sexual health and education for children in the American South at the turn of the twentieth century
Ansley, Laura ABD Historyemail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bailey, HannahGraduate StudentEmail: email@example.com
Current Research: Female memory of the American Revolution
Beales, KristenGraduate StudentEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Beatty, Joshua F.ABD HistoryEmail: [[e|jfbeat]]
Current Research: A cultural history of the Stamp Act crisis
Brennan Arehart, KellyABD Historyemail: [[kbarehart]]
Dissertation: "Men of Sorrow, Markets of Grief; business, technology, culture and the rise of the funeral industry, 1780-1930"
Brown, DavidABD HistoryEmail: [[e|dabro3]]
Current Research: The rise and fall of the plantation system in the New World, the interaction of native and colonial cultures in the seventeenth century, and African-American tenant farmers in nineteenth century Virginia
Butler, AmeliaGraduate Student HistoryEmail: [[ambutl]]
Current Research: Nineteenth-Century Generational-Cultural Transmission and Children
Carbonell, CaylinGraduate Student HistoryEmail: email@example.com
Current Research: Gender and family in early America
Coleman, Lauri BauerABD HistoryEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Research: How New Englanders in the Revolutionary era made sense of the natural world, particularly threatening occurrences such as earthquakes, comets, and extreme weather events.
Cook, Elizabeth ABD HistoryEmail: [[e|ecook]]
Current Research: Early Modern America, Material Culture, Built Environment, Historical Archaeology
Daen, LaurelABD HistoryEmail: [[e|lrdaen]]
Current Research: Disability in Early America
Fields of Interest: Early American History; Disability Studies; Gender, Sexuality, and Women's History; Visual and Material Culture
Elliott, CaraGraduate StudentEmail: [[caelliott]]
Current Research: Family history and childhood
Finley, AlexandraABD Historyemail: email@example.com
Current Research: The economies of the domestic slave trade
Gray, MelissaGraduate Studentemail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gross, AlexandraGraduate Student HistoryEmail: email@example.com
Current Research: Political history of the early Republic
Hill, JamesPhD StudentEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hines, KarenABD HistoryEmail: [[e|klhine]]
Current Research: The changing role of Indian women in the colonial fur trade
Jones, ChristopherABD HistoryEmail: email@example.com
Current research: The growth and development of Methodism in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean from 1760-1815
Kane, Maria A. ABD HistoryEmail: [[e|makane]]
Current Research: The growth of contemporary evangelicalism in the United States
Keiter, LindsayABD HistoryEmail: [[e|lmkeit]]
Current Research: Marriage as a social and financial institution in the North and the South between 1750 and the Civil War.
Kleber, MichaelaGraduate Student HistoryEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kuckuck, Jeffrey M.A./Ph.D CandidateEmail: [[e|jwkuck]]
Current Research: New England political ideology and political culture in the wake of the Glorious Revolution.
Kyrova , LucieABD HistoryEmail: email@example.com
Leszkowicz, JadePh.D CandidateEmail: [[e|jmleszkowicz]]
Current Research: New York State Commission for Detecting and Defeating Conspiracies during the American Revolution.
McClure, JohnPh. D. CandidateEmail: [[e|jmmcclure]]
Current Research: Reconstruction, the New South era, and Virginia.
McLennan, SarahABD HistoryEmail: [[e|semcle]]
Current Research: The development of heritage tourism in the mid-twentieth century United States, and its role in defining ideas of national identity and citizenship.
Morrison, MatthewMA CandidateEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pariseau, Justin A. ABD HistoryEmail: [[e|japari]]
Current Research: The relationships between white and black residents in nineteenth-century maritime New England, and their participation in (or opposition to) the abolition of slavery.
Perry, MollyABD HistoryEmail: email@example.com
Current Research: Protest and Persuasion in the British Empire
Perry, TimothyGraduate StudentEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pompeian, Edward Ph. D. CandidateEmail: [[e|eppomp]]
Current Research: The foundations of U.S.-Latin American relations in the decades before the promulgation of the Monroe Doctrine.
Poznan, Kristina ABD HistoryEmail: [[e|kepoznan]]
Website: : http://kepoznan.blogs.wm.edu/
Current Research: Identity formation and ethnic politics among Austro-Hungarian immigrants in the United States
Rusek, RebeccaMA StudentEmail: email@example.com
Schmitt, CaseyGraduate StudentEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Research: Contraband trade in the eighteenth-century Caribbean
Schuth, SamCTMA Graduate StudentEmail: email@example.com
Current Research: Russia and the Soviet era
Snyder, KathrynGraduate Student HistoryEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Research: Women, performance, and early modern/colonial drama
Stallings, Amy C.ABD HistoryEmail: email@example.com
Stevens White, HollyABD Historyemail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Research: Youth Culture in the Colonial and Early Republican South
Tanner-Read, RyanMA/PhDEmail: email@example.com
Thomas, SarahGraduate StudentEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Research: Building and material culture of the early American backcountry.
Thompson, CorneliaGraduate Studentemail: email@example.com
Tonat, IatMA StudentEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Research: Native American and legal history in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
Wallace, ChaseABD HistoryEmail: [[e|cawallace]]
Current Research: The rise and decline of the plantation in the Old Southwest
Walsh, CJM.A. CandidateEmail: [[e|cjwals]]
Current Research: The material displays and ritual use of home furnishings of three artisan families in Williamsburg between 1725 and 1763.
Ward, David L.Graduate Student HistoryEmail: email@example.com
Current Research: Colonial American History from 1688 -1787 and the accommodations amongst the different tribes, religious sects, national origins, military organizations and social classes that allowed the American identity to develop.
Welch, LaurenceCTMA Graduate StudentEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current Research: Transfer of ideas, systems, and philosophies of education from Europe to America in the eighteenth century.
Wells, S. SpencerGraduate StudentEmail: email@example.com
Wood, ElizabethGraduate Student HistoryCurrent Research: Women and African American communities in the nineteenth-century South
Zieger, Jason Peter ABD HistoryEmail: [[e|jpzieg]]
Current Research: The development of the American industry in purportedly "Indian" patent medicines during the first decades of the nineteenth century.