RECENT DEPARTMENT GRADUATES
This is an incomplete and somewhat random list, explaining what some of our recent History majors have been doing since graduation. If you would like to be added to it, just send an email with some details about your life to any member of the department.
Jacqueline Woodfork '88 has a doctorate from the University of Texas and teaches African History at Whitman College in Washington.
Reynolds Salerno '89 has a doctorate from Yale University and is Manager of International Biological Threat Reduction at Sandia National Labs, New Mexico.
Tom Chambers '91 has a doctorate from William and Mary and teaches American history at Niagara University. He published Tourism and the Market Revolution in 2002.
Jeffrey Collins '92 has a doctorate from Harvard University and teaches early modern British History at Queen's University in Ontario. He published The Allegiance of Thomas Hobbes in 2005.
Chad Bryant '93 has a doctorate from the University of California, Berkeley and teaches Central European History at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He published Prague in Black: Nazi Rule and Czech Nationalism in 2007.
M. Taylor Fravel '93 has a doctorate from Stanford and is is the Cecil and Ida Green Career Development Associate Professor of Political Science and member of the Security Studies Program at MIT. He published Strong Borders, Secure Nation: Cooperation and Conflict in China's Territorial Disputes in 2008.
Will Dobson '95 was managing editor at Foreign Policy magazine, and worked at the Carnegie Foundation. His book on modern-day dictatorships is to be published soon by Doubleday.
Jeff Inglis '95 has an MA in journalism from University of Missouri and is Managing Editor of the Portland Phoenix as well as President of the Maine Pro-Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
John Turner '96 has a doctorate in Religion from the University of Notre Dame and teaches at the University of South Alabama. He published Bill Bright and Campus Crusade for Christ in 2008.
Sara M. Gregg '97 has a doctorate from Columbia University, taught U.S. environmental history at the University of Iowa, and is now a post-doctoral fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library in Staunton, Virginia.
Kenneth Loiselle '97 has a doctorate from Yale University and teaches European history at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.
Ashley Waddell '99, with French has an MA from UCLA and works in Corporate and Foundation Relations, College of Engineering, Colorado State University.
Tim Dewey-Mattia '00 is Public Education Manager for Napa Recycling & Waste Services in Napa Valley, California.
Jessica Bean '01 is a graduate student in the Department of Economics at Cornell University. Her dissertation is on female labor in Britain, 1897-1931.
Josh Howe '02 is a graduate student in American environmental history at Stanford University.
Ben Pratt '02 represents District 20 in the Maine State House of Representatives, and is a firefighter and EMT.
Julia Fein '03 is a graduate student in Russian history at the University of Chicago. Her dissertation is on museums and social change in Siberia, 1887-1941.
Richard Lutjens '03 is in the PhD program in History at Northwestern University.
Kara Mercer '03 has an MS from UVM in counseling and was hired in 2007 as a Junior High Guidance Counselor in Randolph, Vermont.
Anna-Britt Kasupski '04 worked at RAND Corporation and is now an Intelligence Contractor in McLean, Virginia. She is most recently the author (with Bruce Hoffmann) of The Victims of Terrorism (2007).
Susan Reagan '04 is a student at Harvard Law School and an editor of the Harvard Law and Policy Review.
Sam Rodriguez '04 has a J.D. from Washington University and practices law in Memphis, Tennessee.
Elana Rosen-Brown '04 is in a combined Rabbinical/Cantorial program at Hebrew Union College.
Ned Courtemanche '05 teaches history, coaches lacrosse and is Senior Class Dean at St. Paul's School in Connecticut.
Dixie Dillon '05 is in the PhD program in History at the University of Notre Dame.
Amanda Gustin '05 is a researcher at The Mary Baker Eddy Library in Boston and is a graduate student in History and Museum Studies at Tufts.
Michael Velez '05 is teaching History at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connecticut.
Aaron Mensh '05.5 graduated from the University of Connecticut Law School in 2009 as editor of the Law Review and is now considering further study in journalism.
Ryan McQuillan '05.5 is a financial advisor at Merrill Lynch in Boston, Massachusetts.
Kim Bowker '06 worked for three years as a journalist and is now pursuing graduate school in writing and journalism.
Dan Polifka '06 taught high school for three years and is now a graduate student in history at Brown University.
April Peet '06.5 teaches middle school social studies at U32 in Montpelier.
Eli Berman '07 is working at Alta Gracia (Julia Alvarez' coffee farm) in the Dominican Republic.
Willa Brown '07 is pursuing a graduate degree in History at the University of Virginia.
Jamie Henn '07 is Communications Director for Fundraising and East Asia Coordinator for 350.org, and is based in San Francisco, California.
Kimberly Walker '07 is Executive Assistant to the President, One Voice/Peaceworks Foundation.
Christian Solberg '07 is a Senior Consultant at BTS, a strategy execution counsuling firm in New York.
Andrew Amstutz '08 is a graduate student in South Asian History at Cornell University.
Edward Donaldson '08 is an aeronautical analyst at the European Aeronautical Group UK Ltd.
Theodore May '08 is a correspondent for globalpost.com.
Erica O'Brien '08 is studying for a doctorate in Art History at Bristol University, UK.
Chrisophe Rominger '08 is development associate at the Arab-American Association of New York.
Kate Silbert ('08) is a high school counselor.
Amanda Kleinman '08.5 is studying in the Cantorial Program at Hebrew Union College.
Greg McDermott '09 is in a post-graduate, pre-med program at Johns Hopkins University.
Jamie Robins '09 is a business analyst at the Hartford Group.