About John B. Roney
John B. Roney is Professor of History at Sacred Heart University. Prior to joining the faculty in 1990, Dr. Roney taught at Redeemer University College and Wilfrid Laurier University, Ontario.
Treasurer for the New England American Conference for Irish Studies. Member of the American Conference for Irish Studies, Irish Environmental History Network, International Maritime Economic History Association, Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society, Nederlandse Vereniging voor Zeegeschiedenis, North Atlantic Fisheries History Association, American Historical Association, the American Society of Church History, the Conference on Faith and History (past executive officer), and Phi Alpha Theta Honors Society.
Faculty advisor for Celtic Club and Men's Ice Hockey team.
BA from King's College in 1975
MA from Wheaton College in 1980
PhD from the University of Toronto in 1989
Western European History
Research interests: Early modern to modern France, Switzerland, Low Countries, and Ireland; Historiography (Reformation, Calvinism, Catholicism, Romanticism, French Revolutionary Europe, theories and approaches to history); Religion and society in Europe.
Early modern to modern France, Switzerland, Low Countries, Ireland, Religion and society in Europe, Historiography (Reformation, Calvinism, Catholicism, Romanticism, French Revolutionary Europe, theories and approaches to history), Early modern to modern Ireland, Great Britain, France, Switzerland and Low Countries, and Environmental history and fisheries, social and intellectual history
- Western European History
|1989||Ph.D., University of Toronto|
|1980||M.A., Wheaton College|
|1975||B.A., King's College|
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