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Tricia M. Ross, Graduate Assistant

Tricia M. Ross

I work on early modern European intellectual and cultural history with special focus on religion and science. Currently, my research centers on discussions of the relationship of body and soul by physicians, anatomists, and religious figures and the ways in which it manifested itself in both devotional and medical practices. I am also interested in worldwide early modern cultural, intellectual and religious exchanges through missions and travel.

Contact Info:
Office Location:  Carr Building
Office Phone:  (919) 681-5746
Email Address: send me a message

Specialties:

Medieval and Early Modern History
Intellectual History
Cultural History
European and Russia

Bio


Selected Awards and Activities


  • International Sommerkurs, “Körper and Kommunikations-Kultur in der Frühen Neuzeit” Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel, Germany, 2011
  • Duke Center for Canadian Studies French-Language Study Grant, 2011
  • Warnock Fellowship, Yale Boswell Editions, 2010
  • Summer Research Grant, Yale European Union Studies Council, 2009


Languages: German, Italian, Latin French

 

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