Jennifer McLaughlin, MA is Instructor of American History, Director of Women's Studies, and Freshman Advisor. Degrees: BA from Fordham University; MA from The College of William and Mary; Currently writing her dissertation for a PhD at William and Mary, entitled "We Can Find Them No Relief: James Monroe and the Plight of American Seamen, 1800-1812." Teaching responsibilities: Colonial and Nineteenth-century American history, Early modern British history. Research interests: Early modern North Atlantic Maritime history. Ms. McLaughlin is a member of the American Historical Association, and Phi Alpha Theta.
McLaughlin Kicks Off Academic Lecture Series, Sacred Heart University News Story (2012)
At Sacred Heart University, History Professor Jennifer McLaughlin kicked off the Academic Research Showcase portion...
The Expansion Of Evangelicalism: The Age Of Wilberforce, More, Chalmers, And Finney (Book Review), History Faculty Publications (2009)
Book review by Jennifer McLaughlin:
Wolffe, John. The Expansion of Evangelicalism: The Age of Wilberforce,...
The Rise of Evangelicalism: The Age of Edwards, Whitefield and the Wesleys (Book Review), History Faculty Publications (2006)
Book review by Jennifer McLaughlin.
Noll, Mark A. The Rise of Evangelicalism: The Age of...