Paul Monod

Principal, Middlebury - CMRS Oxford Humanities Program

 
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Paul Monod has taught at Middlebury College since 1984.  He grew up in Montreal and was educated at Princeton and Yale Universities.  He has offered courses in British History from 1485 to the present, European History from 1500 to 1800 and the History of the Atlantic World.  In addition, he has advised more than 100 senior theses on various topics.  His own area of specialization is 17th -18th century Britain, and he is now working on a study of the occult (alchemy, astrology, ritual magic) in the British Enlightenment.  He has been the recipient of fellowships from the NEH, the Huntington Library, the Getty Research Institute and the Leverhulme Trust.

Books:

Solomon's Secret Arts: The Occult in the Age of Enlightenment (Yale U.P., 2013)

(edited, with Murray Pittock and Daniel Szechi), Loyalty and Identity: Jacobites at Home and Abroad (Palgrave, 2009).

Imperial Island: A History of Britain and Its Empire (Wiley-Blackwell, 2008).

The Murder of Mr. Grebell: Madness and Civility in an English Town (Yale U.P., 2003).

The Power of Kings: Monarchy and Religion in Europe, 1588-1715 (Yale U.P., 1999).

Jacobitism and the English People, 1688-1788 (Cambridge U.P., 1989).

 

Courses

Course List: 

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HIST 0500 - Special Research Projects      

Special research projects during the junior year may be used to fulfill the research seminar requirements in some cases. Approval of department chair and project advisor is required.

Fall 2018, Spring 2019

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HIST 0700 - Senior Independent Study      

The History Senior Thesis is required of all majors. It is written over two terms, with the final grade applying to both terms. The project is generally begun in the fall and completed during winter or spring. Approval is required to begin the thesis in winter or spring, and such students must still attend the Thesis Writer's Workshops that take place in fall and winter.

Fall 2018, Spring 2019

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Program in International and Global Studies

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