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Monica D. Fitzgerald <firstname.lastname@example.org>
University of California, Davis
|Address:||2690 Cedro Lane
Walnut Creek, California 94598
|List Affiliations:||Former Review Editor for H-Early-America
Reviewer for H-NewEngland
|Reviews:||Lessons from the Borderland: Ethnic Cleansing, Colonial Identity, and Cultural Persistence
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Women, Gender, and Sexuality
PhD Univeristy of California, Davis. U.S. History
US Survey Course to 1865
US Women's History
Recent conference panels:
§ “Sin, Sex, Church and Court: Gender and Justice in Early America,” Berkshire Women’s History Conference, June 2005.
§ “Drunkards, Fornicators and the Creation of Puritan Identity,” Cross-Cultural Women’s History Lecture Series, University of California, Davis, February 2004.
§ “Drunkards & Fornicators on Meetinghouse Hill: Gender, Religion and Identity in an Early New England Town,” Seminar Paper, Bay Area Early American Seminar, April 2003.
§ “Drunkards, Fornicators, and the Great Hen Squabble of 1714: Gendered Sin and Puritan Identity in Early New England,” Panel Participant, Society of Early Americanists, April 2003.
§ “Puritan Duty and the Pious Soul: Sin, Confession and the Gendering of Religion in the Seventeenth Century,” Panel Participant, Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, June 2002.