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DAVID ARMITAGE Department of History
Harvard University Cambridge, MA 02138
+1 617 495-8076 [email protected]
Professional Career: 2007 Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History, Harvard University 200407 Professor of History, Harvard University 200304 Professor of History, Columbia University 200204 James R. Barker Professor of Contemporary Civilization,
Columbia University 19972003 Associate Professor of History, Columbia University 199397 Assistant Professor of History, Columbia University Education: 1992 PhD, University of Cambridge 1990 MA, University of Cambridge 198890 Visiting Student, Princeton University 1986 BA, University of Cambridge: First Class Honours with Distinction Visiting Positions, Fellowships and Affiliations: 201819 Fellow, Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin 2018 Honorary Visiting Professor, Peking University 2017 Honorary Professor of History, Queens University Belfast 2017 Shinhan Distinguished Visiting Professor, Yonsei University 2016 Honorary Fellow, St Catharines College, Cambridge
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2016 Visiting Professor, Freie Universitt Berlin 2015 Honorary Fellow, Centre for the Study of the History of Political Thought,
Queen Mary University of London 2014 Affiliated Professor, Department of Government, Harvard University 201415 Visiting Fellow, The Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society,
University of Chicago 2014 Astor Visiting Lecturer, University of Oxford 2013 Affiliated Faculty, Harvard Law School 2011 Professeur invit, cole des Hautes tudes en Sciences Sociales 2009 Honorary Professor of History, University of Sydney 2008 Distinguished Research Visitor, University of York 200607 Andrew W. Mellon Research Fellow, The Henry E. Huntington Library 2006 Visiting Fellow, Humanities Research Centre, The Australian National
University 2004 Faculty Associate, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard
University 2004 Visiting Fellow, Research School of Social Sciences, The Australian
National University 2002 Faculty Associate, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies,
Harvard University 2001 Huntington Visiting Fellow, Lincoln College, Oxford 2001 John Anson Kittredge Educational Fund Grant 200001 Charles Warren Fellow, Harvard University 199697 Fellow, National Humanities Center 199697 Georges Lurcy Charitable and Educational Trust Faculty Fellow 1992 Visiting Research Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities,
University of Edinburgh
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1992 British Academy Small Personal Research Grant 199093 Junior Research Fellow, Emmanuel College, Cambridge 1990 Barbara S. Mosbacher Fellow, The John Carter Brown Library 198890 Commonwealth Fund Harkness Fellow Election to Learned Societies: 2016 Corresponding Member, Real Academia de la Historia, Madrid 2011 Honorary Fellow, Australian Academy of the Humanities 2010 Corresponding Fellow, Royal Society of Edinburgh 2010 Member, Colonial Society of Massachusetts 2009 Fellow, Massachusetts Historical Society 2007 Member, American Antiquarian Society 1997 Fellow, Royal Historical Society Honours and Awards: 2018 Citation of Merit, National Society of Sons of the American Revolution 2015 LittD, University of Cambridge 2008 Distinguished Lecturer, Organization of American Historians 200809 Walter Channing Cabot Fellow, Harvard University 2006 Thomas Temple Hoopes Prize for Excellence in the Work of
Undergraduates and the Art of Teaching, Harvard University (four times) 2006 The Caird Medal, National Maritime Museum 2004 Percy G. Adams Prize, Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth-
Century Studies 2004 AM, ad eundem, Harvard University 2001 Longman/History Today Book of the Year Award
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1996, 1998 Philip and Ruth Hettleman Teaching Award, Columbia University 1995 Irene Samuel Memorial Award, Milton Society of America 1986 Mrs Claude Beddington Prize in English Studies, University of Cambridge Named and Public Lectures: 2018 The Frank Wright Memorial Lecture, Queens University Belfast 2018 Istvn Hont Memorial Lecture, University of St Andrews 2018 The Homer D. Crotty Lecture, The Henry E. Huntington Library 2017 The K. Th. Dimaras Lecture, National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens 2017 The Grotius Lecture, American Society of International Law, Washington, DC 2017 The Allan Martin Lecture, The Australian National University 2017 Shinhan Lecture, Underwood International College, Yonsei University 2017 Bernard and Irene Schwartz Distinguished Speaker, New-York Historical Society 2017 Distinguished Speaker, College of Letters and Science, Montana State University 2017 Keynote Address, 29th Congress of Nordic Historians, Aalborg 2017 Annual Lecture, Britain and Ireland Association for Political Thought, Oxford 2016 The Robert F. Allabaugh Class of 1934 Memorial Lecture, Dartmouth College 2016 Keynote Address, Nacht van de Geschiedenis, The Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam 2016 Keynote Address, London Summer School in Intellectual History 2016 Keynote Address, International Society for Intellectual History, University of Crete 2016 Conferencia Magistral, Fundacin Rafael del Pino, Madrid 2015 The Katherine Baker Memorial Lecture, University of Toronto Faculty of Law 2015 The Milton M. Klein Lecture, University of Tennessee 2015 The Tom Sealy Lecture on Law and the Free Society, University of Texas School of Law
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2015 Keynote Address, Graduate Conference in Political Theory, London School of Economics 2014 The Keith Sinclair Lecture, University of Auckland 2014 The Sir John Elliott Lecture in Atlantic History, Rothermere American Institute 2014 Keynote Address, Graduate Conference in Political Thought and Intellectual
History, University of Cambridge 2013 The John Patrick Diggins Memorial Lecture, CUNY Graduate Center 2013 The Maurice and Muriel Fulton Lecture, University of Chicago Law School 2013 So, What? Lecture, University of New South Wales 2013 Distinguished Lecture, The Australian National University 2013 Keynote Address, International Graduate Historical Studies Conference, Central Michigan University 2012 The Nicolai Rubinstein Lecture, Queen Mary, University of London 2012 The Ervin Frederick Kalb Lecture, Rice University 2012 Keynote Address, Finnish Historical Society, Helsinki 2012 Keynote Address, International Society for Utilitarian Studies, New York 2012 Keynote Address, Graduate History Conference, Louisiana State University 2011 Plenary Lecture, World Conference in Conceptual History, Buenos Aires 2011 Keynote Address, Institute of Law and History, Tel Aviv University 2010 The Wiles Lectures, Queens University Belfast 2010 The Costa Lecture, Ohio University 2010 The Adams Lecture, Salem Athenum 2010 Keynote Address, Bluegrass Symposium, University of Kentucky 2010 Keynote Address, Idaho Council for History Education, Boise 2010 Conferencia Magistral, Archivo General de la Nacin, Mexico City
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2009 Plenary Lecture, Japanese Association for the Study of Puritanism, Tokyo 2009 Plenary Lecture, Northeast Conference on British Studies, Providence 2009 Banquet Speaker, Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, Savannah 2008 Sydney Ideas Lecture, University of Sydney 2007 Plenary Lecture, Southern Conference on British Studies, Richmond 2006 The Caird Lecture, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich 2006 Plenary Lecture, Australian Historical Association, Canberra 2005 Keynote Address, South African Historical Society, Cape Town 2003 The Robert P. Benedict Lectures in Political Philosophy, Boston University 2003 The William Howard Taft Lecture in History, University of Cincinnati 2001 Plenary Lecture, 70th Anglo-American Conference of Historians, London 1998 The George W. Knepper Lecture, University of Akron
Invited lectures and presentations: University of Aberdeen; Academia Sinica; University of Adelaide; American Antiquarian Society; University of Amsterdam; Aoyama-gakuin University; Australian National University; Barnard College; Universitt Bayreuth; Bellagio Center; Universitt Bielefeld; Boston College; Boston University; British Library; Brown University; Bucknell University; University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Irvine; University of California, Los Angeles; University of California, Riverside; University of Cambridge; University of Cape Town; La Casa dei Pensieri, Bologna; Central Michigan University; Centre for Policy Research, Delhi; Chautauqua Institution; Cheltenham Literature Festival; University of Chicago; William Andrews Clark Memorial Library; Clemson University; College of Charleston; Collge de France; Colonial Williamsburg Foundation; Columbia Law School; Columbia University; University of Connecticut; CUNY Graduate Center; Dartmouth College; Deutsches Historisches Institut, Paris; Duke University; Duke University School of Law; Durham Law School; cole des Hautes tudes en Sciences Sociales; University of Edinburgh; Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro; European Science Foundation; European University Institute; Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Festivaletteratura, Mantua; Florida State University; Folger Shakespeare Library; Foreign Policy Research Institute; Freie Universitt Berlin; Fundacin Consejo Espaa-EE.UU; Georgetown University; Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History; University of Glasgow; Google; Griffith University; Harvard Business School; Harvard Kennedy School; Harvard Law School; Harvard University; Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Universitt Heidelberg; Higher School of Economics, St Petersburg; Huizinga Institute; Humboldt-Universitt zu
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Berlin; Henry E. Huntington Library; Indiana University; Institute of Historical Research; Irish Historical Society; Jaipur Literature Festival; John Carter Brown Library; Johns Hopkins University; Kent State University; University of Kentucky; Kings College London; Kyoto University; Lauterpacht Centre for International Law; Liberty Fund; Library of Congress; Universidade de Lisboa; University of London; London School of Economics; Louisiana State University; Macquarie University; University of Maine; Maryland Historical Society; Massachusetts Historical Society; University of Miami; University of Michigan; Mississippi State University; Montana State University; Universit degli Studi di Napoli LOrientale; National Archives of the United States; National Constitution Center; National History Center; National Humanities Center; National Maritime Museum; National Taiwan University; National Tsing Hua University; National University of Ireland, Galway; National University of Singapore; Newberry Library; University of Newcastle; University of New Hampshire; New School University; University of New South Wales; New-York Historical Society; New York University; New York University School of Law; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; North Carolina State University; Northeastern University; Northwestern University; University of Notre Dame; Omohundro Institute for Early American History and Culture; University of Oxford; Panteion University; Universit de Paris X-Nanterre; University of Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania State University; Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Pontifcia Universidade Catlica do Rio de Janeiro; Princeton University; Prinz-Albert-Gesellschaft; Queen Mary University of London; Queens University; Queens University Belfast; University of Queensland; University of Reading; Reid Hall; Rothermere American Institute; Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences; Russian Academy of Sciences; Rutgers University; University of St Andrews; St Catharines College, Cambridge; Universidade de So Paulo; School of Advanced Study; Seigakuin University; Seoul National University; University of Sheffield; Shizuoka University; Smithsonian Institution; Society of Colonial Wars; Sophia University; University of South Carolina; University of Southern California; Stanford University; University of Sussex; University of Sydney; Thomas Jefferson Foundation; University of Tokyo; University of Toronto; United States Naval Academy; University College London; Uppsala University; University of Utah; Vanderbilt University; University of Virginia; University of Wales, Bangor; University of Warwick; Waseda University; Washington University; Wesleyan University; Williams College; University of Wisconsin, Madison; Yale Center for British Art; Yale Law School; Yale University; University of York. Books: Civil Wars: A History in Ideas (Alfred A. Knopf; Penguin Random House Canada; Yale
University Press, 2017; pbk., Vintage, 2018; Italian translation, Donzelli Editore, 2017; Spanish translation, Alianza Editorial, 2018; Chinese translation, China CITIC Press: in progress; German translation, Klett-Cotta Verlag: in progress; Japanese translation, Iwanami Shoten: in progress; Korean translation, Geulhangari: in progress; Portuguese translation, Companhia das Letras: in progress), xii + 353 pp. [Starred Review, Booklist and Publishers Weekly, 2016; History Book Club Main Selection, 2017; Australian Book Review Book of the Year, 2017]
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Book Forum: David Armitage, Civil Wars: A History in Ideas, Critical Analysis of Law, 4, 2 (Fall 2017): 12989.
Special Issue: David Armitages Civil Wars: A History in Ideas, Global
Intellectual History, 3 (2018): in progress. (with Jo Guldi) The History Manifesto (Cambridge University Press, 2014; revised edition,
2015; Russian translation, Ab Imperio, 1/2015: 2175; 2/2015: 2561; 3/2015: 2371; 4/2015: 2789; Italian translation, Donzelli Editore, 2016; Spanish translation, Alianza Editorial, 2016; Turkish translation, Trkiye Bankas Kltr Yaynlar, 2016; Chinese translation, Truth & Wisdom Press, 2017; Japanese translation, Tsui Shob, 2017; Korean translation, with new preface, Hanul Akademi: in press; Portuguese translation, Autntica Editora: in progress), x + 165 pp. [New Statesman Book of the Year, 2014]
Antonia Criscenti, ed., A proposito dellHistory Manifesto. Nuove tendenze per la
ricerca storico-educativa (Fondazione Nazionale Vito Fazio-Allmayer, 2016). Viewpoint: The History Manifesto and the History of Science, Isis, 107, 2 (June
2016): 30957. The History Manifesto: A Discussion, Memoria e ricerca, 51, 1 (JanuaryApril
The History Manifesto. Et symposium, TempTidsskrift for historie, 11 (December 2015): 13150.
Historians of the World, Unite! Tavola rotonda su The History Manifesto,
Ricerche di Storia Politica (8 October 2015): http://www.ricerchedistoriapolitica.it/. AHR Exchange: On The History Manifesto, American Historical Review, 120, 2
(April 2015): 52754. Foundations of Modern International Thought (Cambridge University Press, 2013;
Japanese translation, Hosei University Press, 2015; Chinese translation, Zhejiang University Press, 2018), xii + 300 pp.
Special Issue: David Armitages Foundations of Modern International Thought, History of European Ideas, 41, 1 (January 2015): 1130. Critical Exchange: Foundations of Modern International Theory, Contemporary Political Theory, 13, 4 (November 2014): 387418.
The Declaration of Independence: A Global History (Harvard University Press, 2007; pbk. 2008; Italian translation, Utet, 2008; French translation, LAtalante, 2009; Portuguese translation, Companhia das Letras, 2011; Japanese translation, Minerva Shob, 2012;
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Spanish translation, Marcial Pons, 2012; Chinese translation, with new preface, The Commercial Press, 2014), vi + 300 pp. [TLS Book of the Year, 2007]
Round Table: The Declaration of Independence: A Global History, RSA
Journal: Rivista di Studi Americani, 20 (2009): 79108. Critical Forum: The Declaration of Independence: A Global History, William
and Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., 65, 2 (April 2008): 34769. Greater Britain, 15161776: Essays in Atlantic History (Ashgate, 2004), xii + 292 pp. The Ideological Origins of the British Empire (Cambridge University Press, 2000; Japanese
translation, with new preface, Nihon Keizai Hyronsha, 2005; Chinese translation, China University of Political Science and Law Press: in progress), xi + 239 pp. [Longman/History Today Book of the Year Award, 2001]
Edited Books: (ed.) John Locke, Colonial Writings, The Clarendon Edition of the Works of John Locke
(Oxford University Press: in progress). (co-ed., with Stella Ghervas) A Cultural History of Peace in the Age of Enlightenment
(16481815) (Bloomsbury Academic: in progress). (co-ed., with Alison Bashford and Sujit Sivasundaram) Oceanic Histories (Cambridge
University Press, 2018), x + 328 pp. Roundtable: Oceanic Histories, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History,
19, 3 (Winter 2018): in progress. (co-ed., with Jennifer Pitts) C. H. Alexandrowicz, The Law of Nations in Global History
(Oxford University Press, 2017), xviii + 432 pp. (co-ed., with Alison Bashford) Pacific Histories: Ocean, Land, People (Palgrave
Macmillan, 2014; Chinese translation, China Ocean Press: in progress), xvi + 371 pp. Review Forum: Pacific Histories, Journal of Pacific History, 50, 2 (June 2015):
22940. (co-ed., with Sanjay Subrahmanyam) The Age of Revolutions in Global Context, c. 1760
1840 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), xxxii + 301 pp. [Choice Outstanding Academic Title, 2010]
(co-ed., with Conal Condren and Andrew Fitzmaurice) Shakespeare and Early Modern
Political Thought (Cambridge University Press, 2009; pbk. 2012), xii + 289 pp. [TLS Book of the Year, 2009]
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(ed.) British Political Thought in History, Literature and Theory, 15001800 (Cambridge University Press, 2006; pbk. 2010), xii + 326 pp.
(ed.) Hugo Grotius, The Free Sea (Liberty Fund, 2004; corrected rpt. 2010), xxv + 145 pp. (co-ed., with Michael J. Braddick) The British Atlantic World, 15001800 (Palgrave
Macmillan, 2002; expanded 2nd edn. 2009), xx + 324 pp. (ed.) Theories of Empire, 14501800 (Ashgate, 1998), xxxiii + 388 pp. (ed.) Bolingbroke: Political Writings (Cambridge University Press, 1997; rpt. China
University of Political Science and Law Press, 2003), xliv + 305 pp. (co-ed., with Armand Himy and Quentin Skinner) Milton and Republicanism (Cambridge
University Press, 1995; pbk. 1998), xii + 281 pp. [Irene Samuel Memorial Award, Milton Society of America, 1995]
Essays: In Defence of Presentism, in Darrin M. McMahon, ed., History and Human Flourishing
(Oxford University Press: in progress). Cosmopolitanism and Civil War, in Joan-Pau Rubis and Neil Safier, eds.,
Cosmopolitanism and the Enlightenment (Cambridge University Press: in press); Greek translation, , 22 (2016): in press.
(with Alison Bashford and Sujit Sivasundaram) Introduction: Writing World Oceanic
Histories, in David Armitage, Alison Bashford and Sujit Sivasundaram, eds., Oceanic Histories (Cambridge University Press, 2018), pp. 127.
The Atlantic Ocean, in Armitage, Bashford and Sivasundaram, eds., Oceanic Histories,
pp. 85110; rptd. (revised), The Historical Review/La revue historique, 15 (2018): in press.
Conclusion: We Have Always Been Federal, in Robert Schtze and Stephen Tierney,
eds., The United Kingdom and the Federal Idea (Hart Publishing, 2018), pp. 27784. Three Narratives of Civil War: Recurrence, Remembrance and Reform from Sulla to
Syria, in Karine Deslandes, Fabrice Mourlon and Bruno Tribout, eds., Civil War and Narrative: Testimony, Historiography, Memory (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), pp. 118.
(with Jennifer Pitts) This Modern Grotius: An Introduction to the Life and Thought of
C. H. Alexandrowicz, in C. H. Alexandrowicz, The Law of Nations in Global History, ed. David Armitage and Jennifer Pitts (Oxford University Press, 2017), pp. 131.
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(with Julia Gaffield) Introduction: The Haitian Declaration of Independence in an Atlantic Context, in Julia Gaffield, ed., The Haitian Declaration of Independence: Creation, Context, and Legacy (University of Virginia Press, 2016), pp. 122.
Every Great Revolution Is a Civil War, in Keith Michael Baker and Dan Edelstein, eds.,
Scripting Revolution: A Historical Approach to the Comparative Study of Revolutions (Stanford University Press, 2015), pp. 5768, 36971; Greek translation, , 13435 (JulyDecember 2016): 7785.
The International Turn in Intellectual History, in Darrin M. McMahon and Samuel Moyn,
eds., Rethinking Modern European Intellectual History (Oxford University Press, 2014), pp. 23252; rptd. (abridged), The Global Journal, 15 (January 2013): 2225; Chinese translation, Intellectual History (Taipei), 1 (2013): 21341; Chinese translation (abridged), Historiography Quarterly (Beijing), 94 (April 2015): 49; Portuguese translation, Intelligere: Revista de Histria Inteletual, 1, 1 (December 2015): 115; German translation (revised) in Eva Marlene Hausteiner and Sebastian Huhnholz, eds., Imperien verstehen. Titel, Typen und Transformationen globaler Macht (Nomos Verlag: in press).
Critical Forum: The International Turn in Intellectual History, Intellectual
History (Taipei), 1 (2013): 243416. Foreword, in R. R. Palmer, The Age of the Democratic Revolution: A Political History of
Europe and America, 17601800 (Princeton University Press, 2014), pp. xvxxii; rptd. (abridged), The Times Literary Supplement, 5789 (21 March 2014): 1415; French translation, Le Dbat, 184 (MarchApril 2015): 18792.
(with Alison Bashford) The Pacific and its Histories, in David Armitage and Alison
Bashford, eds., Pacific Histories: Ocean, Land, People (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014), pp. 128.
John Locke: Theorist of Empire?, in Sankar Muthu, ed., Empire and Modern Political
Thought (Cambridge University Press, 2012), pp. 84111; Japanese translation, Journal of the College of Literature, Aoyama Gakuin University, 51 (March 2010): 128; Portuguese translation in Eunice Ostrensky and Patricio Tierno, eds., Teoria, Discurso e Ao Poltica (Alameda Casa Editorial, 2013), pp. 13163.
Declaraciones de independencia 17762011. Del derecho natural al derecho
internacional, in Alfredo vila, Jordana Dym and Erika Pani, eds., Las declaraciones de Independencia. Los textos fundamentales de las independencias americanas (El Colegio de Mxico-UNAM, 2013), pp. 1941.
The American Revolution in Atlantic Perspective, in Nicholas Canny and Philip Morgan,
eds., The Oxford Handbook of the Atlantic World, 14501850 (Oxford University Press, 2011), pp. 51632; rptd. (expanded) in Philip D. Morgan and Molly A. Warsh, eds., Early North America in Global Perspective (Routledge, 2014), pp. 30936;
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Spanish translation (expanded), 20/10: El mundo atlntico y la modernidad iberoamricana, 17501850, 1 (2012): 933.
Secession and Civil War, in Don H. Doyle, ed., Secession as an International
Phenomenon: From Americas Civil War to Contemporary Separatist Movements (University of Georgia Press, 2010), pp. 3755.
Afterword, in Robert Frank and David Armitage, The Declaration of Independence (The
Limited Editions Club, 2010), pp. 1737. (with Sanjay Subrahmanyam) The Age of Revolutions, c. 17601840: Global Causation,
Connection and Comparison, in David Armitage and Sanjay Subrahmanyam, eds., The Age of Revolutions in Global Context, c. 17601840 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010), pp. xiixxxiii, 21823.
John Lockes International Thought, in Ian Hall and Lisa Hill, eds., British International
Thinkers from Hobbes to Namier (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), pp. 3348. (with Conal Condren and Andrew Fitzmaurice) Introduction, in David Armitage, Conal
Condren and Andrew Fitzmaurice, eds., Shakespeare and Early Modern Political Thought (Cambridge University Press, 2009), pp. 122.
Shakespeares Properties, in Armitage, Condren and Fitzmaurice, eds., Shakespeare and
Early Modern Political Thought, pp. 2543; Spanish translation, Revista de Occidente, 351 (JulyAugust 2010): 10728.
The Declaration of Independence in World History, in Peter S. Onuf and Christian Y.
Dupont, eds., Declaring Independence: The Origin and Influence of Americas Founding Document (University of Virginia Library, 2008), pp. 3140.
Introduction: The World of 1607, in The World of 1607 (Jamestown-Yorktown
Foundation, 2007), pp. 16; Spanish translation (abridged), ABCD: Las artes y las letras, 810 (1117 August 2007): 12.
Hobbes and the Foundations of Modern International Thought, in Annabel Brett and
James Tully, eds., Rethinking the Foundations of Modern Political Thought (Cambridge University Press, 2006), pp. 21935; Spanish translation (expanded), Derechos y libertades, 15, 2 (June 2006): 1746.
Introduction, in David Armitage, ed., British Political Thought in History, Literature and
Theory, 15001800 (Cambridge University Press, 2006), pp. 19. The Scottish Diaspora, in Jenny Wormald, ed., Scotland: A History (Oxford University
Press, 2005), pp. 272303.
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Monstrosity and Myth in Mary Shelleys Frankenstein, in Laura Lunger Knoppers and Joan B. Landes, eds., Monstrous Bodies/Political Monstrosities in Early Modern Europe (Cornell University Press, 2004), pp. 20026.
Is There a Pre-history of Globalization?, in Deborah Cohen and Maura OConnor, eds.,
Comparison and History: Europe in Cross-National Perspective (Routledge, 2004), pp. 16576.
Introduction, in Hugo Grotius, The Free Sea, ed. David Armitage (Liberty Fund, 2004;
corrected rpt. 2010), pp. xixx. Parliament and International Law in the Eighteenth Century, in Julian Hoppit, ed.,
Parliaments, Nations and Identities in Britain, 16601850 (Manchester University Press, 2003), pp. 16986.
Empire and Liberty: A Republican Dilemma, in Martin van Gelderen and Quentin
Skinner, eds., Republicanism: A Shared European Heritage, 2 vols. (Cambridge University Press, 2002), II, pp. 2946; rptd. in Richard Whatmore, ed., Intellectual History, III: Classic Essays by Intellectual Historians (Routledge, 2015), pp. 23048.
(with Michael J. Braddick), Introduction, in David Armitage and Michael J. Braddick,
eds., The British Atlantic World, 15001800 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2002; 2nd edn. 2009), pp. 17.
Three Concepts of Atlantic History, in Armitage and Braddick, eds., The British Atlantic
World, 15001800, pp. 1127, 25054; rptd. (abridged) in Alison Games and Adam Rothman, eds., Major Problems in Atlantic History (Houghton Mifflin, 2007), pp. 1623; Spanish translation, Revista de Occidente, 281 (October 2004): 728; Portuguese translation, Histria Unisinos, 18, 2 (May/August 2014): 20617.
The Political Economy of Britain and Ireland after the Glorious Revolution, in Jane H.
Ohlmeyer, ed., Political Thought in Seventeenth-Century Ireland: Kingdom or Colony (Cambridge University Press, 2000), pp. 22143.
The British Conception of Empire in the Eighteenth Century, in Franz Bosbach and
Herman Hiery, eds., Imperium/Empire/Reich: Ein Konzept politischer Herrschaft im deutsch-britischen Vergleich (Saur Verlag, 1999), pp. 91107.
Literature and Empire, in Nicholas Canny, ed., The Oxford History of the British Empire,
I: The Origins of Empire (Oxford University Press, 1998), pp. 99123. Introduction, in David Armitage, ed. Theories of Empire, 14501800 (Ashgate, 1998), pp.
xvxxxiii. Introduction, in Bolingbroke: Political Writings, ed. David Armitage (Cambridge
University Press, 1997), pp. viixxiv.
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John Milton: Poet Against Empire, in David Armitage, Armand Himy and Quentin Skinner, eds., Milton and Republicanism (Cambridge University Press, 1995), pp. 20625.
The Scottish Vision of Empire: Intellectual Origins of the Darien Venture, in John
Robertson, ed., A Union for Empire: Political Thought and the British Union of 1707 (Cambridge University Press, 1995), pp. 97118.
The New World and British Historical Thought: From Richard Hakluyt to William
Robertson, in Karen Ordahl Kupperman, ed., America in European Consciousness, 14931750 (University of North Carolina Press, 1995), pp. 5275.
The Darien Venture, in Scotland and the Americas, 1600 to 1800 (The John Carter Brown
Library, 1995), pp. 313. Journal Articles: Civil War Time: From Grotius to the Global War on Terror, Proceedings of the Annual
Meeting (American Society of International Law), 111 (2017): 112; American University International Law Review, 33, 2 (January 2018): 31333.
On the Genealogy of Quarrels, Critical Analysis of Law, 4, 2 (Fall 2017): 17989. (with Jo Guldi) Longing for the Longue Dure, Isis, 107, 2 (June 2016): 35357. Civil Wars, From Beginning to End?, American Historical Review, 120, 5 (December
2015): 182937. Wider Still and Wider: Corporate Constitutionalism Unbounded, Itinerario, 39, 3
(December 2015): 50103. (with Alison Bashford) Pacific Histories: Editors Response, Journal of Pacific History,
50, 2 (June 2015): 23740. (with Jo Guldi) Le retour de la longue dure: une perspective anglo-amricaine, Annales.
Histoire, Sciences Sociales, 70, 2 (AprilJune 2015): 289318; rptd. (abridged), Aeon Magazine (2 October 2014): http://aeon.co/magazine/society/how-history-forgot-its-role-in-public-debate/; Chinese translation, Global History Review (Beijing), 6 (2013): 90117; English translation, Annales. Histoire, Sciences SocialesEnglish Edition, 70, 2 (June 2015): 21947; Dutch translation (abridged), Nexus, 69 (2015): 3850; Arabic translation (abridged), al-Thaqfah al-lamyah, 181 (January 2016): 17683.
La longue dure en dbat, Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales, 70, 2 (April
June 2015): 289378; English translation, Annales. Histoire, Sciences SocialesEnglish Edition, 70, 2 (June 2015): 215303.
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(with Jo Guldi) Pour une histoire ambitieuse: une rponse nos critiques, Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales, 70, 2 (AprilJune 2015): 36778; English translation, Annales. Histoire, Sciences SocialesEnglish Edition, 70, 2 (June 2015): 293303.
(with Jo Guldi) The History Manifesto: A Reply to Deborah Cohen and Peter Mandler,
American Historical Review, 120, 2 (April 2015): 54354. Horizons of History: Space, Time, and the Future of the Past, History Australia, 12, 1
(April 2015): 20725; rptd. (abridged), The Australian Higher Education Supplement (21 August 2013): 36; Polish translation, Historyka: Studia Metodologiczne, 46 (2016): 22947; Spanish translation, Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Serie IV, Historia Moderna, 29 (2016): 24562.
Modern International Thought: Problems and Prospects, History of European Ideas, 41, 1
(January 2015): 11630. Shaking the Foundations: A Reply to My Critics, Contemporary Political Theory, 13, 4
(November 2014): 41118. The International Turn: A Reply to My Critics, with Chinese translation, Intellectual
History (Taipei), 1 (2013): 37391, 393416. Whats the Big Idea? Intellectual History and the Longue Dure, History of European
Ideas, 38, 4 (December 2012): 493507; rptd. (abridged), The Times Literary Supplement, 5712 (21 September 2012): 1315; rptd. in Richard Whatmore, ed., Intellectual History, IV: Controversies in Intellectual History (Routledge, 2015), pp. 197214; Spanish translation, Ariadna Histrica. Lenguajes, conceptos, metforas, 1 (2012): 1539; Danish translation, SlagmarkTidsskrift for idhistorie, 67 (Summer 2013): 12138; Portuguese translation, Revista de Histria das Ideias, 28 (2016): 933.
Globalizing Jeremy Bentham, History of Political Thought, 32, 1 (Spring 2011): 6382. (participant) Interchange: Nationalism and Internationalism in the Era of the Civil War,
Journal of American History, 98, 2 (September 2011): 45589. Ideas of Civil War in Seventeenth-Century England, Annals of the Japanese Association
for the Study of Puritanism, 4 (2009): 418. A Reply to My Critics, RSA Journal: Rivista di Studi Americani, 20 (2009): 99106. The Declaration of Independence: Its Many Histories, William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd
ser., 65, 2 (April 2008): 35964.
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The Elephant and the Whale: Empires of Land and Sea, Journal for Maritime Research, 9, 1 (2007): 2336; Italian translation (expanded) in Ruth Ben-Ghiat, ed., Gli imperi. Dallantichit allet contemporanea (Il Mulino, 2009), pp. 5572.
From Colonial History to Post-Colonial History: A Turn Too Far?, William and Mary
Quarterly, 3rd ser., 64, 2 (April 2007): 25154. The Contagion of Sovereignty: Declarations of Independence since 1776, South African
Historical Journal, 52, 1 (2005): 118. The Elizabethan Idea of Empire, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 6th ser., 14
(2004): 26977. John Locke, Carolina, and the Two Treatises of Government, Political Theory, 32, 5
(October 2004): 60227; rptd. (revised) in Peter R. Anstey, ed., John Locke: Critical Assessments, I: Moral and Political Philosophy (Routledge, 2006), pp. 278302; rptd. in Richard Whatmore, ed., Intellectual History, II: Classic EssaysPhilosophers (Routledge, 2015), pp. 36183.
The Declaration of Independence and International Law, William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd
ser., 59, 1 (January 2002): 3964; rptd. in Ryan Patrick Hanley and Darrin M. McMahon, eds., The Enlightenment: Critical Concepts in Historical Studies, V: Revolutions (Routledge, 2009), pp. 4368. [Percy G. Adams Prize, Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 2004]
Edmund Burke and Reason of State, Journal of the History of Ideas, 61, 4 (October
2000): 61734. Greater Britain: A Useful Category of Historical Analysis?, American Historical Review,
104, 2 (April 1999): 42745. Answering the Call: The History of Political and Social Concepts in English, History of
European Ideas, 25, 12 (January 1999): 1522. A Patriot for Whom? The Afterlives of Bolingbrokes Patriot King, Journal of British
Studies, 36, 3 (October 1997): 397418. Making the Empire British: Scotland in the Atlantic World 15421707, Past and Present,
no. 155 (May 1997): 3463. The Cromwellian Protectorate and the Languages of Empire, The Historical Journal, 35,
3 (September 1992): 53155. The Procession Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I: A Note on a Tradition, Journal of the
Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, 53 (1990): 30107.
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The Dismemberment of Orpheus: Mythic Elements in Shakespeares Romances, Shakespeare Survey, 39 (1987): 12333.
A Poem in Praise of Ben Jonson, Notes & Queries, n. s. 34, 2 (June 1987): 23032. Newspaper and Magazine Articles: Se acabarn las guerras civiles?, Ideas, El Pas, 14854 (11 March 2018): 23. Latin Lessons on Civil War, BBC World Histories, 3 (April/May 2017): 20. Talkin bout a Revolution, History Today, 67, 2 (February 2017): 72. (with Fulvio Cammarano) Dialogo: La storia perduta, La Lettura, 266, Corriere della
Sera (31 December 2016): 1415. The Genealogy of Civil Wars, , 37 (9 May 2016):
http://chronos.fairead.net/armitage-civil-wars. Nicholas Henshall: Inspirational Schoolmaster Who Became a Leading Scholar of 18th-
Century Europe, History Today, 65, 11 (November 2015): 6. Why Politicians Need Historians, The Guardian, 52284 (7 October 2014): 38. (with Jo Guldi) Lets Look at the Evidence, Times Higher Education, 2171 (2 October
2014): 4547; Spanish translation, Sobre Histeria (7 October 2014): https://sobrehisteria.wordpress.com/2014/10/07/historia-la-clave-para-la-decodificacion-de-grandes-datos/.
(with Jo Guldi) Look Beyond a Lifespan, History Today, 64, 10 (October 2014): 34. (with Jo Guldi) The History Manifesto, History and Policy (October 2014):
http://www.historyandpolicy.org/historians-books/books/the-history-manifesto. The Words Heard Around the World, Wall Street Journal, 264, 4 (56 July 2014): C12. (with Stella Ghervas) The Power of Peace: Why 1814 Might Matter More Than 1914, E-
International Relations (7 April 2014): http://www.e-ir.info/2014/04/07/the-power-of-peace-why-1814-might-matter-more-than-1914/.
The Anarchist Cinema of Peter Watkins, Perspectives on History, 51, 9 (December
2013): 2325. What Would Marx Say About Cairo?, Foreign Policy online (7 February 2011): www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/02/07/what_would_marx_say_about_cairo.
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Civil War and Revolution, Agora (Melbourne), 44, 2 (April 2009): 1822. The Shape of Wars to Come, The Sydney Morning Herald (19 July 2008): 33. That Excellent Forme of Government: New Light on Locke and Carolina, The Times
Literary Supplement, 5299 (22 October 2004): 1415. The Declaration of Independence in World Context, OAH Magazine of History, 18, 3
(April 2004): 6166; rptd. (revised) in Gary Reichard and Ted Dickson, eds., America on the World Stage: A Global Approach to U.S. History (University of Illinois Press, 2008), pp. 1728; rptd. (revised) in Elizabeth Cobbs and Edward J. Blum, eds., Major Problems in American History, I: To 1877: Documents and Essays, 4th edn. (Cengage Learning, 2015), pp. 11520.
The Projecting Age: William Paterson and the Bank of England, History Today, 44, 6
(June 1994): 510. Christopher Columbus and the Uses of History, History Today, 42, 5 (May 1992): 5055. Review Essays: A Labyrinth of Terror Made of Coral and a Fragile Global Wonder, Los Angeles Review
of Books (10 October 2014): http://lareviewofbooks.org/article/labyrinth-terror-made-coral-fragile-global-wonder.
Western Weed, The Times Literary Supplement, 5808 (25 July 2014): 45. Eyes Burned Out, The Times Literary Supplement, 5775 (6 December 2013): 1011;
Spanish translation, Clionauta (13 January 2014): http://clionauta.hypotheses.org/13353. Probing the Foundations of Tullys Public Philosophy, Political Theory, 39, 1 (February
2011): 12430. Maps vs Chaps, Literary Review, 383 (December 2010/January 2011): 2728. 13 to 18, The Times Literary Supplement, 5576 (12 February 2010): 78. Noble-less, The Times Literary Supplement, 5550 (14 August 2009): 5. Review of David C. Hendrickson, Union, Nation, or Empire, H-Diplo Roundtable, 10, 25
(22 July 2009): 68: www.h-net.org/~diplo/roundtables/PDF/Roundtable-X-25.pdf. Good of Others, The Times Literary Supplement, 5538 (22 May 2009): 8. Why We Share a Different History, The Times Literary Supplement, 5477 (21 March
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Past and Perilous, The Times Literary Supplement, 5425 (23 March 2007): 9. The Fifty Years Rift: Intellectual History and International Relations, Modern
Intellectual History, 1, 1 (April 2004): 97109. The Red Atlantic, Reviews in American History, 29, 4 (December 2001): 47986. The Global History of the Seven Years War, Common-place, 1, 1 (September 2000): http://www.common-place-archives.org/vol-01/no-01/crucible/crucible-armitage.shtml. The Pocockiad, Lingua Franca, 10, 3 (April 2000): 5455. Out of This World, London Review of Books, 17, 22 (16 November 1995): 1516. The Last War of Religion, London Review of Books, 16, 11 (9 June 1994): 1112. European-New World Encounters, Cambridge Quarterly, 22, 4 (December 1993): 413
Short reviews in Albion; American Historical Review; Common Knowledge; Economic History Review; Eighteenth-Century Scotland; The Historical Journal; History of European Ideas; History of Political Thought; History Today; International Journal of Cultural Property; Journal of American History; Journal of Historical Geography; Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History; Journal of Interdisciplinary History; Journal of Modern History; Perspectives on Politics; Scottish Historical Review; The Scriblerian; The Times Literary Supplement.
Encyclopedia Articles: (with Jennifer Pitts) Charles Henry Alexandrowicz (190275), in David Cannadine, ed.,
The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: in press. The Fundamental Constitutions of Carolina, in Andrew W. Robertson, ed., The
Encyclopedia of United States Political History, I: Colonial Beginnings through Revolution, 15001783 (CQ Press, 2010), pp. 14244.
Edmund Fanning (17371818), Henry Lord (1563?), William Paterson (16581719),
Samuel Purchas (15771626), in H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison, eds., The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, 60 vols. (Oxford University Press, 2004), XIX, p. 16; XXXIV, pp. 43738; XLIII, pp. 2829; XLV, pp. 57576.
Adam Ferguson (17231816), Catharine Macaulay (173191), John Millar (1735
1801), in D. R. Woolf, ed., A Global Encyclopedia of Historical Writing, 2 vols. (Garland Publishing, 1998), I, pp. 31213; II, pp. 578, 624.
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Discoveries in the New World, in Hans J. Hillerbrand, ed., The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Reformation, 4 vols. (Oxford University Press, 1996), I, pp. 48687.
Exploration of the New World, in David Crystal, ed., The Cambridge Biographical
Encyclopedia (Cambridge University Press, 1994), pp. 105253. Interviews: : , , (1314 January 2018): 4243.
Possiamo dire che oggi tutte le guerre sono guerre civili, Giornale de Brescia (29
September 2017): 39. In ogni rivoluzione c una guerra civile, Corriere del Ticino (27 September 2017): 31. Firehundredrskrigen, Weekendavisen, 34 (25 August 2017): 89. Fr blev krige udkmpet mellem stater. I dag er alle krige borgerkrige, Dagbladet
Information (20 July 2017): https://www.information.dk/udland/2017/07/dag-krige-borgerkrige.
We Have Now Moved to War Within States, Hindustan Times (2 May 2017):
Are We on the Verge of Another Civil War?, The Nation (8 February 2017):
https://www.thenation.com/article/are-we-on-the-verge-of-another-civil-war/. The Modern Worlds Mass Violence is Almost Entirely Due to Civil Wars, Macleans (7
February 2017): http://www.macleans.ca/culture/the-modern-worlds-mass-violence-is-almost-entirely-due-to-civil-wars/.
Entrevista: David Armitage, Crnica, El Mundo, 9801 (23 October 2016): 1617. Entrevista: David Armitage, Historiador, Ideas, El Pas, 14327 (25 September 2016): 8
9. Misli znalca: prof. dr. sc. David Armitage, Rostra, 9, 7 (2016): 24548. : , (78 May 2016): 2021.
Denk weer over de langere termijn, Het Parool (16 May 2015): 4445.
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Les historiens ont-ils les ides courtes? Entretien avec David Armitage, La vie des ides (24 June 2014): http://www.laviedesidees.fr/Les-historiens-ont-ils-les-idees.html.
La interconectividad del pasado debera hacernos ms humildes ante la globalizacin del
presente: Entrevista a David Armitage, Nuevo Mundo/Mundos Nuevos, 12 (2012): http://nuevomundo.revues.org/62721.
Are We All Global Historians Now? An Interview with David Armitage, Itinerario, 36, 2
(August 2012): 728; rptd. in Carolien Stolte and Alicia Schrikker, eds., World HistoryA Genealogy: Private Conversations with World Historians, 19962016 (Leiden, 2017), pp. 30735.
Entrevista com David Armitage: Imprios que viram Estados, Revista de Histria da
Biblioteca Nacional (Rio de Janeiro), 74 (November 2011): www.revistadehistoria.com.br/secao/entrevista/imperios-que-viram-estados.
Kirjavieras David Armitage: USA:n Itsenisyysjulistuksen Periaatteet on Unohdettu,
Ulkopolitiikka, 44, 4 (Winter 2007): 6063. Academic Administration: 2018 Parliamentarian, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University 201216 Chair, Department of History, Harvard University (on leave, 201415) 201213 Humanities Working Group, Harvard University 200912 Executive Committee, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs,
Harvard University 2009 Standing Committee on Higher Degrees in the History of American
Civilization, Harvard University 2008 Australian Studies Committee, Harvard University 200812 Director of Graduate Studies, Department of History, Harvard University
(on leave, 201011) 200809 Co-chair, Ad Hoc General Education Committee, Harvard University 200718 Steering Committee on Degrees in History and Literature, Harvard University 200717 Planning Committee, Department of History, Harvard University 2005 Social Studies Review Committee, Harvard University
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2004 Standing Committee on Degrees in Social Studies, Harvard University 200204 Chair, Contemporary Civilization, Columbia University 200204 Committee on the Core Curriculum, Columbia University 200203 Personnel Committee, Department of History, Columbia University 200104 Governing Board, Society of Fellows in the Humanities, Columbia University 200102 Chair, Undergraduate Education Committee, Department of History,
Columbia University 19972004 Contemporary Civilization Advisory Committee, Columbia University 199799 Placement Officer, Department of History, Columbia University Professional Activities: 2017 Peer Review Panel, European Research Council 2017 External assessor, Chair of Intellectual History, University of Tartu 2016 Editorial board, Global Intellectual History 2016 Editorial board, Revista de Histria das Ideias 2015 Series editor, Cambridge Oceanic Histories, Cambridge University Press 2015 Editorial board, Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies 2015 Advisory Board, Khaldunia Centre for Historical Research, Lahore 2014 International Board, St Andrews Institute of Intellectual History 2014 Editorial board, Heidelberg Studies in Transculturality 2014 Review Committee, Department of History, University of Southern California 2013 Editorial board, History and Theory of International Law, Oxford University Press 2013 Academic Steering Committee, Open Library of the Humanities 2013 Editorial board, Intellectual History (Taipei) 2013 Trustee, Toynbee Prize Foundation
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2012 International advisory board, Il Pensiero politico 2012 Editorial board, History of European Ideas 2011 Jury member, The George Washington Book Prize 2010 Editorial board, Palgrave Studies in Cultural and Intellectual History 2010 Editorial board, Tauris Historical Geography Series 2010 Editorial board, Economic Ideas that Built Europe, Anthem Press 2010 Academic Advisory Board, Institute for Constitutional History,
The New-York Historical Society 201012 Series editor, The Enlightenment World, Pickering & Chatto 200914 Series editor, Princeton Foundations Library, Princeton University Press 2009 Series editor, Ideas in Context, Cambridge University Press 2009 Editorial board, Journal of the History of Ideas 2009 External assessor, Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Indiana University 2008 Board of Syndics, Harvard University Press 200711 Seminar director, Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History 200711 Co-chair, International Conference for the Study of Political Thought 200710 Editorial board, Renaissance Studies 2006 Editorial board, Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 2006 Executive Committee, Conference for the Study of Political Thought 200507 Nominating Committee, North American Conference on British Studies 2004 Editorial board, Modern Intellectual History 2004 Review Committee, Department of History, City College of New York 2002 Steering Committee, Center for the History of British Political Thought, The Folger Shakespeare Library
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200208 Series editor, Studies in Early Modern History, Boydell Press 200205 Editorial board, Journal of Modern History 200205 Morris D. Forkosch Prize Committee, American Historical Association
Assessor for tenure and promotion: University of Aberdeen; Academia Sinica; Barnard College; Birkbeck, University of London; Universit di Bologna; Boston College; University of British Columbia; Bryn Mawr College; University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Los Angeles; University of Cambridge; University of Chicago; University of Chicago Law School; Columbia University; University of Connecticut; Cornell University; Dartmouth College; University of Denver; Emory University; Florida State University; Georgia Institute of Technology; Harvard Law School; Indiana University; The Johns Hopkins University; National University of Ireland, Galway; National University of Singapore; University of New South Wales; New York University; University of Notre Dame; University of Pennsylvania; Princeton University; Queen Mary University of London; Rutgers University; University of St Andrews; University of Sydney; University of Virginia; University College London; Yale University.
Assessor for fellowships, grants and honours: All Souls College, Oxford; American
Academy in Berlin; American Council of Learned Societies; Arcadia Fund; Arts and Humanities Research Board (UK); Australian Academy of the Humanities; Australian Honours and Awards Secretariat; Australian Research Council; British Academy; Calgary Institute for the Humanities; Canada Council; Churchill College, Cambridge; Council on Library and Information Resources; Durham University; Early Career Research Fellowships, University of Cambridge; Economic and Social Research Council (UK); Emmanuel College, Cambridge; European Research Council; Fonds Wetenschappelijk OnderzoekVlaanderen; Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge; Grinnell College; Institute for Advanced Study; International Seminar on the History of the Atlantic World; Irish Research Council for Humanities and Social Sciences; Israel Science Foundation; The John Carter Brown Library; Kings College, Cambridge; Leverhulme Trust; John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation; Magdalene College, Cambridge; Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; National Humanities Center; National Science Foundation; Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek; North/South Research Programmes (Republic of Ireland/Northern Ireland); Royal Irish Academy; St Johns College, Cambridge; Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada; Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study; Swiss National Science Foundation; Trinity College, Cambridge; Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin.
Journal referee: American Historical Review; American Journal of Sociology; American
Political Science Review; Canadian Journal of History; Comparative Studies in Society and History; Early American Studies; Eighteenth-Century Studies; English Historical Review; European Journal of Political Theory; Explorations in Renaissance Culture; The Historical Journal; Historical Research; History Compass; History of the Human Sciences; History of Political Thought; Humanity; Huntington Library Quarterly; Intellectual History Review; International History Review; International Relations; International Studies
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Quarterly; International Studies Review; Itinerario; Journal of British Studies; Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History; Journal of the Early Republic; Journal of the History of Ideas; Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History; Journal of Modern History; Journal of Politics; Law and History Review; Law, Culture and the Humanities; Millennium: Journal of International Studies; Locke Studies; Modern Intellectual History; Nationalities Papers; Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies; Philosophical Quarterly; Political Theory; Renaissance Quarterly; Renaissance Studies; Review of International Studies; Shakespeare Quarterly; Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture; William and Mary Quarterly; Yale Law Journal.
Publishers referee: Ashgate Publishing; Atlantic Monthly Press; Blackwell Press;
Bloomsbury Academic; Boydell Press; University of California Press; Cambridge University Press; University of Chicago Press; Columbia University Press; Duke University Press; Edinburgh University Press; Hackett Publishing; Harvard University Press; Longman Press; Manchester University Press; Marshall Cavendish; University of Michigan Press; University of Nebraska Press; New York University Press; Oxford University Press; Palgrave Macmillan; Penguin Books; University of Pennsylvania Press; Pickering & Chatto; Polity Press; Princeton University Press; Routledge; Royal Historical Society; I. B. Tauris; Yale University Press.
Doctoral Dissertations Supervised: Joshua Ehrlich, The East India Company and the Politics of Knowledge, 17721835
(Harvard University, in progress). Louis Gerdelan, Calamitous Knowledge: Understanding Disaster in the British, Spanish
and French Atlantic Worlds, 16661755 (Harvard University, in progress). Gregory Afinogenov (Assistant Professor, Georgetown University), The Eye of the Tsar:
Intelligence-Gathering and Geopolitics in Eighteenth-Century Eurasia (Harvard University, 2016).
Marco Basile (Law Clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit), The Slave Trade
and the Foundations of U.S. International Legal Thought, 18081870 (Harvard University, 2016).
Dzavid Dzanic (Assistant Professor, Austin Peay State University), The Civilizing Sea:
The Ideological Origins of the French Mediterranean Empire, 17921870 (Harvard University, 2016).
James R. Martin (Assistant Professor, Georgetown University), Experts of the World
Economy: European Stabilization and the Reshaping of International Order, 191651 (Harvard University, 2016); Harold K. Gross Dissertation Prize, 2016.
Mira Siegelberg (Lecturer in History and Law, Queen Mary University of London), The
Question of Questions: The Problem of Statelessness in International History, 1921
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1961 (Harvard University, 2014): Harold K. Gross Dissertation Prize, 2014; Statelessness: A Modern History (Harvard University Press, under contract).
Tristan M. Stein (Former Research Associate, University of Kent), The Mediterranean and
the English Empire of Trade, 16601748 (Harvard University, 2012); under review, Cambridge University Press.
Ryan Tucker Jones (Ann Swindells Associate Professor of Global History, University of
Oregon), Empire of Extinction: A Natural History of Russian Expansion in the Eighteenth-Century North Pacific (Columbia University, 2008); Empire of Extinction: Russians and the North Pacifics Strange Beasts of the Sea, 17411867 (Oxford University Press, 2014).
Kelly De Luca (Assistant Professor, Algoma University), Beyond the Sea: Extraterritorial
Jurisdiction and English Law, c. 1575 c. 1640 (Columbia University, 2008). Lisa Ford (Associate Professor, University of New South Wales), Settler Sovereignty:
Jurisdiction and Indigenous People in Georgia and New South Wales, 17881836 (Columbia University, 2007): Bancroft Dissertation Award, 2007; Settler Sovereignty: Jurisdiction and Indigenous People in America and Australia, 17881836 (Harvard University Press, 2010): Thomas J. Wilson Prize, Harvard University Press, 2008; New South Wales Premiers General History Award, 2010; Littleton-Griswold Prize in American Law and Society, American Historical Association, 2010.
Emily Harding (independent scholar), Political Thought in the British Caribbean, 1750
1785 (Columbia University, 2007). Travis Glasson (Associate Professor, Temple University), Missionaries, Slavery, and
Race: The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts in the Eighteenth-Century British Atlantic World (Columbia University, 2005); Mastering Christianity: Missionary Anglicanism and Slavery in the Atlantic World (Oxford University Press, 2012).
Ted McCormick (Associate Professor, Concordia University), Sir William Petty, Political
Arithmetic, and the Transmutation of the Irish, 16521687 (Columbia University, 2005); William Petty and the Ambitions of Political Arithmetic (Oxford University Press, 2009): John Ben Snow Prize, North American Conference on British Studies, 2010.
Philip J. Stern (Sally Dalton Robinson Associate Professor, Duke University), One Body
Corporate and Politick: The Growth of the English East India Company-State in the Later Seventeenth Century (Columbia University, 2005); The Company-State: Corporate Sovereignty and the Early Modern Foundations of the British Empire in India (Oxford University Press, 2011): Morris D. Forkosch Prize, American Historical Association, 2011; Trevor Reese Memorial Prize, Institute of Commonwealth Studies, 2014.
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James Delbourgo (Associate Professor, Rutgers University), Electricity, Experiment and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century North America (Columbia University, 2003); A Most Amazing Scene of Wonders: Electricity and Enlightenment in Early America (Harvard University Press, 2006): Thomas J. Wilson Prize, Harvard University Press, 2005.
Charles Ludington (Teaching Associate Professor, North Carolina State University),
Politics and the Taste for Wine in England and Scotland, 16601860 (Columbia University, 2003); The Politics of Wine in Britain: A New Cultural History (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).
Doctoral Committees: Barnaby Crowcroft, Decolonization in Britains Empire of Protection: Nigeria, the Gold
Coast, the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, the Aden Protectorate, and the Malay States, 19451970 (Harvard University, in progress).
George Gallwey, Public Credit and the Development of American Political Economy,
17761845 (Harvard University, in progress). Marcel Garbo, The Clash of Internationalisms: Promethean Internationalism, the Soviet
Nationalities, and Visions of Eurasian Order in the Twentieth Century (Harvard University, in progress).
Afroditi Giovanopoulou, The Post-War Dream: Narratives of International Law and the
Construction of a New World Order, 19391968 (SJD, Harvard Law School, in progress).
Benjamin Goossen, The Year of the Earth (195758): Cold War Science and the Making
of Planetary Consciousness (Harvard University, in progress). Rephael Stern, The Making of a Postcolony: Legal and Economic Technocracy in Late
British Mandate Palestine and the State of Israel, 19391967 (Harvard University, in progress).
Shuichi Wanibuchi (Assistant Professor, Kyoritsu Womens University), A Colony by Design: Nature, Knowledge, and the Transformation of Landscape in the Delaware Valley, 16801780 (Harvard University, in progress).
Mou Banerjee (College Fellow, Harvard University), Questions of Faith: Christianity,
Conversion and the Ideological Origins of Political Theology in Colonial India, 18131907 (Harvard University, 2017).
Elizabeth Cross (Assistant Professor, Florida State University), The French East India
Company and the Politics of Commerce in the Revolutionary Era (Harvard University, 2017).
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Madhav Khosla (Junior Fellow, Harvard Society of Fellows), Modern Constitutionalism and the Indian Founding (Harvard University, 2017); under contract, Harvard University Press.
Benjamin Weber (Senior Program Fellow, Vera Institute of Justice), Americas Carceral
Empire: Confinement, Punishment and Work at Home and Abroad, 18651945 (Harvard University, 2017).
Stuart M. McManus (Postdoctoral Fellow, Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of
Knowledge, University of Chicago), The Global Lettered City: Humanism and Empire in Colonial Latin America and the Early Modern World (Harvard University, 2016).
Holger Drssler (Visiting Assistant Professor, Bard College), Islands of Labor:
Community, Conflict, and Resistance in Colonial Samoa, 18891919 (Harvard University, 2015).
Caroline Spence (Faculty Assistant, Harvard Business School), Ameliorating Empire:
Slavery and Protection in the British Colonies, 17831865 (Harvard University, 2014). Stephen A. Walsh (Christoph-Martin-Wieland Postdoctoral Fellow, Gotha Research
Center, Universitt Erfurt), Between the Arctic and the Adriatic: Polar Exploration, Science and Empire in the Habsburg Monarchy (Harvard University, 2014).
John Huffman (Assistant Editor, The Papers of Benjamin Franklin), Americans on Paper:
Identity and Identification in the American Revolution (Harvard University, 2013). Anna Su (Assistant Professor, University of Toronto Faculty of Law), The Laws on
Religious Liberty and the Rise of American Power (SJD, Harvard Law School, 2013); Exporting Freedom: Religious Liberty and American Power (Harvard University Press, 2016).
Eleanor Hubbard (Assistant Professor, Princeton University), City Women: Sex, Money,
and the Social Order in London, 15701640 (Harvard University, 2009); City Women: Money, Sex, and the Social Order in Early Modern London (Oxford University Press, 2012).
Sandhya L. Polu (Former Chief Aide, US Embassy, Rome), The Perception of Risk:
Policy-Making on Infectious Disease in India (18921940) (Harvard University, 2009); Infectious Disease in India, 18921940: Policy-Making and the Perception of Risk (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012).
Theodore Christov (Associate Professor, George Washington University), Beyond
International Anarchy: Political Theory and International Relations in Early Modern Political Thought (University of California, Los Angeles, 2008); Before Anarchy: Hobbes and His Critics in Modern International Thought (Cambridge University Press, 2015).
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Alison L. LaCroix (Robert Newton Reid Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School), A Well-Constructed Union: An Intellectual History of American Federalism, 17541800 (Harvard University, 2007); The Ideological Origins of American Federalism (Harvard University Press, 2010).
David Chan Smith (Associate Professor, Wilfrid Laurier University), Violence and the
Law: The Making of Sir Edward Cokes Jurisprudence, 15781616 (Harvard University, 2007); Sir Edward Coke and the Reformation of the Laws: Religion, Politics and Jurisprudence, 15781616 (Cambridge University Press, 2014).
Sarah Yeh (Concord Academy), In an Enemys Country: British Culture, Identity, and
Allegiance in Ireland and the Caribbean, 16881763 (Brown University, 2006). Miranda Frances Spieler (Associate Professor, The American University of Paris), Empire
and Underworld: Guiana in the French Legal Imagination, c. 1789 c. 1870 (Columbia University, 2005); Empire and Underworld: Captivity in French Guiana (Harvard University Press, 2011).
Luciana Villas Bas (Associate Professor, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), Travel
Writing and Religious Dissent: Hans Stadens Warhaftig Historia in Print (Columbia University, 2005).
Marc H. Lerner (Associate Professor, University of Mississippi), Privileged Communities
or Equal Individuals: The Political Culture of German Freiheit and French Libert in the Swiss Public Arena, 17981847 (Columbia University, 2003); A Laboratory of Liberty: The Transformation of Political Culture in Republican Switzerland, 17501848 (Brill, 2012).
Nerina Rustomji (Associate Professor, St Johns University), The Garden and the Fire:
Materials of Heaven and Hell in Medieval Islamic Culture (Columbia University, 2003); The Garden and the Fire: Heaven and Hell in Islamic Culture (Columbia University Press, 2009).
Paul Cheney (Associate Professor, University of Chicago), History and the Science of
Commerce in the Century of Enlightenment: France 17131789 (Columbia University, 2002); Revolutionary Commerce: Globalization and the French Monarchy (Harvard University Press, 2010).
Farina Mir (Associate Professor, University of Michigan), The Social Space of Language:
Punjabi Popular Narrative in Colonial India, c. 18501900 (Columbia University, 2002); The Social Space of Language: Vernacular Culture in British Colonial Punjab (University of California Press, 2010).
Shabnum Tejani (Senior Lecturer, SOAS), A Pre-History of Indian Secularism: Categories
of Nationalism and Communalism in Emerging Definitions of India, Bombay
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Presidency c. 18931932 (Columbia University, 2002); Indian Secularism: A Social and Intellectual History, 18901950 (Permanent Black, 2007).
Nicholas Harding (independent scholar), Dynastic Union in British and Hanoverian
Ideology, 17011803 (Columbia University, 2001); Hanover and the British Empire, 17001837 (Boydell and Brewer, 2007).
Marcus Collins (Senior Lecturer, University of Loughborough), Good Companions:
Personal Relationships Between Men and Women in Twentieth-Century Britain (Columbia University, 2000); Modern Love: An Intimate History of Men and Women in Twentieth-Century Britain (Atlantic, 2003).
Anna Maslakovic (independent scholar), Common and Public: A Genealogy of Urban
Space in Late Medieval and Early Modern Lyon (Columbia University, 2000). Ben Mutschler (Associate Professor, Oregon State University), The Province of Affliction:
Illness in New England, 16901820 (Columbia University, 2000). Mridu Rai (Professor, Presidency University), The Question of Religion in Kashmir:
Sovereignty, Legitimacy and Rights, c. 18461947 (Columbia University, 2000); Hindu Rulers, Muslim Subjects: Islam, Rights, and the History of Kashmir (Princeton University Press, 2004).
Joseph S. Meisel (Deputy Provost, Brown University), Public Speech and the Culture of
Public Life in the Age of Gladstone (Columbia University, 1999); Public Speech and the Culture of Public Life in the Age of Gladstone (Columbia University Press, 2001).
Jesse M. Lander (Associate Professor, University of Notre Dame), Print, Polemic, and
Popular Forms: Religion and Community in Early Modern England (Columbia University, 1998); Inventing Polemic: Religion, Print, and Literary Culture in Early Modern England (Cambridge University Press, 2006).
Michael Silvestri (Associate Professor, Clemson University), The Dirty Work of
Empire: Policing, Political Violence, and Public Order in Colonial Bengal, 19051947 (Columbia University, 1998).
Julia Rudolph (Associate Professor, North Carolina State University), Revolution by
Degrees: The Whig Theory of Resistance (Columbia University, 1995); Revolution by Degrees: James Tyrrell and Whig Political Thought in the Late Seventeenth Century (Palgrave Macmillan, 2002).
Michael B. Wasser (Lecturer, Dawson College), Violence and the Central Criminal Courts
in Scotland, 16031638 (Columbia University, 1995).
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External doctoral examiner: University of Cambridge; Columbia University; University of Glasgow; University of Helsinki; University of London; McMaster University; New York University; Princeton University. Other Theses Supervised: Jessica Dorfmann, Decolonizing Multiculturalism: Teaching Mori History in a Nation of
Immigrants (senior thesis, Harvard University, 2017).Benjamin Wilcox, Is this Science?: Louis Agassiz and the Thayer Expedition in
Brazilian Thought, 18651876 (senior thesis, Harvard University, 2013): Harris Prize; Hoopes Prize; Maxwell Prize.
Emma R. Carron, Against the Grain: Evolving Ideas of the Consumer in the Corn Law
Debates, 18131846 (senior thesis, Harvard University, 2012). Noah M. Silver, Commissioners of Justice? Mixed Commission Courts and the British
Suppression of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 18191845 (senior thesis, Harvard University, 2010): Hoopes Prize; Maxwell Prize.
William Ferguson, Scottish and Irish Political Thought and the Question of Union, 1688
1707 (senior thesis, Harvard University, 2009). Keith M. McNamara, The Religion of Bernard Mandeville (ALM thesis, Harvard
Extension School, 2009). Andrew Schalkwyk, Hume, Whiggism, and the Scottish Feudal Debate (senior thesis,
Harvard University, 2008). Elizabeth Brodie David, History for a Changed World? Geoffrey Barraclough, the
Campaign for Universal History, and the English Historical Profession in the Mid-Twentieth Century (senior thesis, Harvard University, 2008): Hoopes Prize.
William Deringer, Beyond the Idle Philosopher: William Petty, the Down Survey, and the
Empowerment of Knowledge, 16521662 (senior thesis, Harvard University, 2006): Harris Prize; Hoopes Prize; Washburn Prize.
Updated March 2018