Emma Curry-Stodder is a historian of early America and the Atlantic, with special interests in Native American history, social and cultural history, histories of race and gender, and early American religious history. She received her B.A from Smith College and her MPhil in Early Modern European History from the University of Cambridge, where her dissertation was titled "John Eliot, William Aspinwall, and the Fifth Monarchy Movement in Puritan New England." Her current research is on Native American converts to Christianity, and her dissertation project is on the Brown family, a prominent Cherokee family who converted to Christianity in the early 19th century. She has presented her research on the Free Quakers of Philadelphia at the Society of Early Americanists Biennial Conference in Tulsa, OK.
B.A Smith College (2013)
MPhil University of Cambridge (2014)
Colonial American history/Atlantic history, Native American history, early American religious history, early American social/cultural history, race and gender, histories of family/kinship
HST 108 American Origins (Fall 2016, Spring 2019)
HST 011 Deciphering America (Spring 2017)
HST 118 Witchcraft and Possession (Fall 2018)