Early Modern European History (Medieval, Renaissance, and Reformation) and Early Modern France
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My graduate studies focused on Early European History with an emphasis on Renaissance and Reformation History. In the last few years, I have been writing and researching the impact of the struggle between Catholics and Huguenots in France on the failed colonial efforts of the French Crown in Brazil (1550-1615).
|Current Works in Progress|
Nobles, Pirates and Missionaries: The French in Brazil, 1509-1615 (book manuscript in progress)
"Apostles of the Indian in an Age of Imperial Competition: French Capuchins in 17th-Century Portuguese Brazil" in The Franciscan Life in the New World, American Society for Franciscan History (forthcoming).
"Religious Struggle in France and Colonial Failure in Brazil, 1555-1615" in Essays in French Colonial History, ed. Dale Standen (Michigan State Press, 2000).
Outpost of Protestant Refuge?: The Expedition of Villegagnon to Brazil, 1555-1560,"
in Essays in French Colonial History, ed. J. Johnston (Michigan State
"Nicolas Durand de Villegagnon: Polyphemus and Cain of America: Religion and Polemics in the French New World," in Changing Identities in Early Modern France, ed. Michael Wolfe (Duke University Press, 1996).
Doctor of Philosophy,
Boston University, 1988
Bachelor of Arts, Georgetown University, 1974
History 107 (Hi7):
Cities and Social Change
History 311 (Hi11): Ancient Greece
History 312 (Hi12): Ancient Rome
History 313 (Hi13): Medieval World I
History 314 (Hi14): Medieval World II
History 315 (Hi15): Renaissance Europe
History 316 (Hi16): Reformation Europe
History 327 (Hi27): Early Modern France
History 489 (Hi89): French Revolution
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