Gipson Council Members

The Gipson Council is comprised of faculty members across a range of disciplines who have a common interest in the transnational Eighteenth Century.
 
Scott Gordon, English (Co-Director)    
Restoration and 18th-century British culture; 18th-century British and American art; literary and cultural theory, art history
 
Michelle LeMaster, History (Co-Director)
Colonial British America, Native American history, gender, and the U.S. South
 
William J. Bulman, History     
Britain, British Empire
 
Marie-Helene Chabut, Modern Foreign Languages    
18th-century French literature, Diderot, women's studies
 
Stephen H. Cutcliffe, History, Emeritus   
History of technology, American environmental history, science, technology and society studies
 
Elizabeth Dolan, English
Romanticism, medicine and literature, gender studies
 
Lyndon Dominique, English     
18th-century British literature
 
Monica Najar, History 
Revolutionary America, the early republic, religious history, women’s history
 
John Savage, History
France, French Caribbean, law, slavery
 
M. Barbara Zepeda-Cortes, History     
Iberian Atlantic world, political Latin American history, history of corruption

 

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