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About Jennifer McLaughlin

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.

Positions

September 2003 Present Director of Women's Studies & Instructor History, Sacred Heart University History
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Education

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B.A., Fordham University
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M.A., College of William and Mary
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Present Ph.D., College of William and Mary
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Contact Information

History
Academic Building HC212-L
College of Arts & Sciences
203-396-8391

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