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Serena Zabin

Serena Zabin

Education & Professional History

Bowdoin College, BA; University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill), MA; Rutgers University, PhD.

At Carleton since 2000.

Highlights & Recent Activity

Current Project

I am currently writing a book tentatively titled An Intimate History of the Boston Massacre about British military and American civilian families in the decades before the American Revolution.

Recent Grants

  • National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship, 2015-2016
  • American Council of Learned Societies fellowship, 2016
  • Huntington Library Fellowship, 2015

As Listed on Department Faculty Pages

History

Since 2000. Bowdoin B.A., U. North Carolina-Chapel Hill M.A., Rutgers Ph.D. Colonial America, Early Modern Atlantic World, Age of Revolutions, the Early Republic, women, race and gender in American history. 


American Studies

Current director for American Studies, 2017-2020

Associate director for American Studies, 2013-2016

B.A. in Classics, Bowdoin College; M.A. in Latin, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; Ph.D. in Early American History, Rutgers University

Interests include Colonial America, Early Modern Atlantic World, Age of Revolutions, the Early Republic, women, race & gender in American history. Bibliography.

Humanities Center


Profile updated October 14, 2016

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