Munro, Goodwin, Wilkinson Professor of European History
Tim Harris received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. from Cambridge University and was a Fellow of Emmanuel College from 1983 to 1986 before moving to Brown. He teaches a wide range of courses in the political, religious, intellectual, social, and cultural history of early modern England, Scotland, and Ireland. A social historian of politics, he has written about the interface of high and low... Read full profile.
Director of the Center for the Study of the Early Modern World, John Rowe Workman Distinguished Professor of Classics and Humanities, Professor of Classics, Professor of Hispanic Studies
Andrew Laird came to Brown in 2016 from Warwick University in the U.K., where he was Professor of Classical Literature. At Brown University, Laird holds appointments at the Cogut Institute as well as the Departments of Classics and Hispanic Studies. His research interests extend beyond ancient Greece and Rome to the European Renaissance and colonial Latin America, with a focus on the role of... Read full profile.
Professor of History of Art and Architecture, Professor of Italian Studies
Evelyn Lincoln is an art historian specializing in the history of print culture and the book in the early modern period. She received a B.A. in art and literature from Antioch College in 1973, and was a printmaker and curator in San Francisco before returning to school in 1989 to study the History of Art at the University of California, Berkeley. She received her Ph.D. in 1994, joining the... Read full profile.
FOLGER LIBRARY REPRESENTATIVE, Nicholas Brown Professor of Oratory and Belles Lettres, Professor of English
Richard Rambuss earned his B.A. at Amherst and Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins. He joined the faculty at Brown in 2011 as Professor of English. He became Chair of the English Department and Nicholas Brown Professor of Oratory and Belles Lettres in 2018.
Rambuss specializes in English Renaissance literature and cultural history. He also teaches and writes about film and photography. His books... Read full profile.
Leader of the Graduate Colloquium, History of Art and Architecture
Dominic has BA and MA Degrees in Art History from the Courtauld Institute of Art. His postgraduate studies focused on the history of the printed image in Western Europe before 1700 and culminated in his Master's thesis on the English reception of the French engraver Robert Nanteuil. Since then, the focus of his research has shifted to the long eighteenth century. He is currently working on a... Read full profile.