Gender history in Early Modern Europe


Lauren Ashley Miller is a Masters candidate in European History at San Jose State University, with plans to pursue a PhD in 2016. Her research interests lie in gender history, particularly in early modern Britain and France.  Past research projects include work on the sexualization of Marie Antoinette in the press during the French Revolution and the gendered aspects of witchcraft persecution in England and Scotland. She has presented her research at University College London, Harvard Divinity School, and University of Colorado at Boulder. A member of Phi Alpha Theta, Lauren graduated from University of Oregon with a Bachelor’s degree in history in 2010.



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