[[ejwarren]] Current Research:
Atlantic world, revolutions, early capitalism
Elliot received his B.A in history and political science from the George Washington University in 2018, where he wrote his thesis on the epistemological connections between American local declarations of independence and French cahiers de doléances. He studies the intersections of revolutions in the Atlantic world, particularly through the roles of common people. He is also interested in commodities and the rise of capitalism in the early modern period. The British and French Atlantic spheres are the primary spatial areas of his research.