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Evan Johnson

Early Modern Germany

Graduate Student
B.A. Bryan College, 2011

Office: 114 LeConte

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Evan's primary research interests focus on the Thirty Years War and its impact on civilian populations within the Holy Roman Empire. His current research topic is focused on a chronicle written in Thuringia during the war. Evan is seeking to understand the ways in which civilians perceived and reacted to the violence that constantly threatened to uproot them.

Research and Teaching Interests

[Europe-Early Modern]
[Imperialism & Colonialism]
[Political & Legal]
[War and Diplomacy]

MA Thesis

"Violence and Retaliation: Civilian Responses to the Thirty Years War," supervised by Dr. Benjamin Ehlers (In Progress)

Honors and Awards

Humane Studies Fellowship, Institute for Humane Studies (2013)

Humane Studies Fellowship, Institute for Humane Studies (2012)

Presidential Merit Scholarship, Bryan College (2007-2011)


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