Christian Ayne Crouch
Primary Academic Program: Historical Studies
Academic Program Affiliation(s): Africana Studies, American and Indigenous Studies, Experimental Humanities, French Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Human Rights, Latin American and Iberian Studies
Area of Specialization: Early modern Atlantic world history
Biography:B.A., Princeton University; M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D., New York University. Recipient, Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship (2006), W. B. H. Dowse Fellowship (2003–04), Society of Colonial Wars Fellowship (2003–04, 2004–05). Specialization in early modern Atlantic world history, colonial America, slavery, and empire. At Bard since 2006.
- Research Interests: Frontier violence in the colonial Americas; Cultural brokers and cross-cultural exchange between Native Americans and Europeans; French Atlantic Empire
- Teaching Interests: Atlantic empires and early colonial settlement; Native American Studies (Borderlands studies); Comparative Atlantic slavery and cultural retention; American Citizenship and its foundations
Contact:Phone: 845-758-7895 x7895