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.
Michelle LeMaster, History (Co-Director)
Colonial British America, Native American history, gender, and the U.S. South
Lyndon Dominique, English (Co-Director)    
18th-century British literature
William J. Bulman, History     
Britain, British Empire
Marie-Helene Chabut, Modern Foreign Languages    
18th-century French literature, Diderot, women's studies
Patrick Connolly, Philosophy
History of Philosophy
Elizabeth Dolan, English
Romanticism, medicine and literature, gender studies
Scott Gordon, English  
Restoration and 18th-century British culture; 18th-century British and American art; literary and cultural theory, art history
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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