Lecturer 1 , HIST
Office: JO 4.128
Areas of Specialization: Early Modern European cultural, intellectual and social history; history of gender.
Education: PhD, History of Ideas, UT Dallas, 2009
MA, Humanities, UT Arlington, 2001
BA, English, University of Stockholm, 1999
Dr. Pia Jakobsson's research centers on the relationship between the individual and the public sphere in early modern Europe and colonial America. She is currently doing research on gender performance in eighteenth century satirical prints. Her conference presentations include papers presented at the Western Conference on British Studies and the Consortium of the Revolutionary Era as well as the American and Canadian Societies of Eighteenth Century Studies. In addition to European history, she also teaches classes in gender studies and American and World history.
"Daughters of liberty"
Christa deLuzio, ed. Women's Rights: Perspectives in American Social History. ABC-Clio, 2009.
"John Horne Tooke"
"Henry 'Orator' Hunt"
Immanuel Ness, ed. International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest. Blackwell, 2009.
"Public voices, Public selves: The self-fashioning of Mercy Otis Warren and Catharine Macaulay"
2007 Selected Papers of the Consortium on Revolutionary Europe, 1750-1850. Tallahassee: Florida State UP, 2008.
"Great Chain of Being"
"The English Housewife"
Janice Liedl, ed. Encyclopedia of Elizabethan England. ABC-Clio, forthcoming.