Sub-Field: Imperial Russian History
Advisor: Professor Richard S. Wortman
M.A. expected Spring 2001, Ph.D. Spring 2006
Senior Thesis (awarded special honors): A historical study of the rearing of Catherine the Great's grandsons.
Advisor: Professor Richard Hellie
GPA: 3.76, Major GPA: 3.90
Honors and Awards: National Merit Scholar, Dean's List 1993-97, Phi Beta Kappa
Course work: Russian History, Literature and Language; International Relations; Cinema Studies
Senior Thesis, "On the Education of Autocrats: Catherine's Grandsons," is forthcoming from Pavlovsk Press, in a volume of essays entitled Romanov Relations, volume 3, 2000.
Area of Specialization: Cultural and Institutional Russian History, 1801-1855
Master's Essay: "Adam Czartoryski, the Unofficial Committee, and the Influence of Early Nationalism in Alexander's Russia"
Intermediate Russian and Norwegian
Richard S. Wortman, Professor of Russian History, Columbia University
Richard Hellie, Professor of Russian History, Chair of Russian Civilization Program, University of Chicago
Sheila Fitzpatrick, Bernadotte E. Schmitt Professor of Russian History, University of Chicago
Katie Trumpener, Assistant Professor of Germanic Studies and Comparative Literature, University of Chicago
Credentials available from the University of Chicago, Career and Placement Services, 1212 East 59th Street, Chicago, IL 60637