Skip to main content

About Jillian Plummer

Jillian Plummer is an assistant lecturer in the Catholic Studies Department of the College of Arts and Sciences at Sacred Heart University. She has a MSt in Modern British and European History from the University of Oxford and a PhD in U.S. History from the University of Notre Dame. She has also been the recipient of the Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Religion and the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship in Women's Studies. Her research interests include religion in the Americas, study of the U.S. empire. the global sixties and gender and women's history. Jillian's dissertation entitled Saving Latin America: Catholic Sisters and the Cultural Cold War, 1959-1979 explores many of these research themes.

Positions

August 2019 - Present Assistant Lecturer, Sacred Heart University Catholic Studies, College of Arts and Sciences
to

Disciplines



$
to
Enter a valid date range.

to
Enter a valid date range.

Honors and Awards

  • Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Religion, University of Notre Dame
  • Woodrow Wilson Fellowship in Women’s Studies
  • Louisville Dissertation Completion Fellowship

Education

to
2013 - 2019 Ph.D., University of Notre Dame ‐ History
to
2012 - 2013 Masters, Modern British and European History, University of Oxford
to
2008 - 2012 B.A. History, College of the Holy Cross
to


Contact Information

College of Arts and Sciences
Catholic Studies
Martire Center BUCM*W334
203-396-8303


Email: