Early Modern Europe
Ph.D., Indiana University
M.A., Indiana University
B.A., University of California at Berkeley
Lynn Lubamersky studied history at the University of California at Berkeley and at Indiana University, where she received her Ph.D.. She is an associate professor in the history department. She teaches courses in women’s history, the history of the family, and the history of early modern Europe. She has published several articles on noblewomen’s access to political power in Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the eighteenth century in English, German, and Russian. Her long-term research projects include a collaborative inter-disciplinary research project to research, write, and stage a monologue play on the history of women in science and technology, “Off the Record”, as well as a history of the multi-cultural town of Kedainiai, Lithuania from its establishment in the 14th century to the present.
She received a Core Fulbright Scholar Award to Vilnius Lithuania in January to July 2015 where she taught at the European Humanities University and researched a project on mapping the vanished communities of the past. She presented her research at the school of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College, London in March 2015.
Her long-term research projects include a history of the multi-cultural town of Kėdainiai, Lithuania from its establishment in the 14th century to the present.
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