Anthony Di Lorenzo

Anthony Di Lorenzo

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Email: adilorenzo@luc.edu

Office: Crown Center 558

Faculty Advisor: John Donoghue

 

Dissertation: A Cosmopolitan Moment: American Political Associations and Atlantic Radicalism, 1789-1801

Education

 

Ph.D. Candidate in American History (Major Fields: Early America and Atlantic World), Loyola University Chicago

 

MA in History, (Major Fields: History of Political Thought and Long Civil Rigths Movement), Northeastern Illinois University

 

BA in Political Science (Social and Political Thought Concentration), DePaul University

 

University of Iowa, Literature and Cinema 

 

Awards and Fellowships

 

Predoctoral Teaching Fellowship, Loyola University Chicago, 2014-2015

 

Short-Term Research Fellowship, International Center for Jefferson Studies, Monticello and the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 2014. 

 

Advanced Doctoral Fellowship, Loyola University Chicago, 2013-2014

 

American History Education Award, National Society of The Colonial Dames of America, 2011-2012

 

Teaching Assistantship, Loyola University Chicago, 2009-2012

Publications and Presentations

 

Publications: 

 

"Culture Wars in the Early Republic, in Common-place, Intermim Issue 20, February 2014, edited by the American Antiquarian Society, available at http://www.common-place.org/interim/reviews/dilorenzo.shtml#.UzGhx_ldUuc

 

"Dissenting Protestantism as a Language of Revolution in Thomas Paine's Common Sense," in Eighteenth-Century Thought Vol. 4, 2009.pp. 229-276 ISSN 1545-0449.

 

Conference Presentations:

 

"French Abolitionism and Democratic-Republican Poltics in the Early American Republic, 1794-1800," Annual Meeting of the Omohundro Inistitute of Early American History and Culture (OIEAHC), Halifax, Nova Scotia, June, 2014 (upcoming). 

 

"A Cosmopolitian Moment: American Political Associations and Atlantic Radicalism, 1793-1796," American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS), Williamsburg, VA. March, 2014. 

 

"Mirror of Repression: The Treason Trials in Britian and the Polarization of American Poltiics in the 1790s," Annual meeting of the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic (SHEAR), Saint Louis, MO. July, 2013. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Author: Anthony Di Lorenzo
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