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Bouldin, Elizabeth (PhD)

Program Coordinator/Asst Prof
Department of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Office: MH 0194
Phone: 239-745-4234

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PhD Emory, 2012

Research and Teaching Interests

Early modern Europe and the British Atlantic, with a particular focus on women and religion.


Recent Publications:

  • “‘The Days of Thy Youth:’ Eighteenth-Century Quaker Women and the Socialization of Children.” In New Critical Studies on Early Quaker Women, edited by Catherine Gill and Michele Lise Tarter, 202–220. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.
  • “‘A Good Martha?’ Female Leadership and Domestic Life in Radical Pietistic Communities,” Journal of Early Modern History 22, nos. 1–2 (2018): 28–48.
  • In Search of 'Fellow Pilgrims': Radical Protestants and Transconfessional Exchanges in Europe and the British Atlantic, c. 1670 – 1730,“ Church History 83, no. 3 (2014): 590 – 617.
  • Women Prophets and Radical Protestantism in the British Atlantic World, 1640-1730. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015.

Dr. Bouldin serves as program coordinator for the MA in History and as a fellow in the Honors College.

Dr. Bouldin's Faculty web page